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Marc Antoine Adam

A group of children with what appears to be coaches or teachers. In the foreground a man has his hand on a child's head.Marc Antoine Adam, Business Development Manager.

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Marc Antoine Adam

Resource Development and Stewardship Manager

Marc-Antoine joined VWB Canada in July 2022 as the Business Development Manager. He has more than 15 years of experience in building partnerships with multilateral donors (European Commission, USAID, among others) in South-East and Central Asia to support the implementation of programs focusing on natural resource management, income generation, education, civil society development as well as community health and nutrition.

He gained a Master’s Degree in Development Economics from the Université de Montréal and a Master’s Degree in Management from HEC Montréal. He is also a Certified Development Project Manager Expert by the Project Management for Development Academy.

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