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Alhassane Azaoua Silimane
Alhassane Azaoua Silimane holds a graduate degree from the National School of Administration - ENA - of Niamey (Niger) – with a focus in Taxation and Domains, and a Master II in Training Engineering, with a focus on the Evaluation of the education system of the African Center of High Education in Management (CESAG, Dakar).
He began his career at the Ministry of Economy and Finances with the DGI [General Taxes Directorate]—from 2002 to 2004. From 2004 until 2005 he was Director of Public Relations and Communication in the Cabinet of the Delegate Minister in charge with Community Taxation and the Informal Sector. From 2005 to 2006 he was the Technical Advisor of the High Commissioner for the Restoration of Peace, attached to the Presidential Office of the Republic. Until the end of 2012, he was responsible for Local Finance and Strengthening the Capacities of Territorial Collectivities in the Territorial Communities Investment Fund (FICOD / KfW [Reconstruction Credit Institute]. Since 2013 he has held the position of Senior Agricultural Sector Coordinator at the KfW Office, which provides the financial Cooperation of Germany for the Development of Niger.
He is currently preparing an Executive DBA at the Business Science Institute of Luxembourg / CESAG in Dakar. His work is based on an analysis of the rich experience he has accumulated and the dynamics of decentralization currently under discussion in Africa, satisfying an intellectual requirement for research and for sharing. The Executive DBA has offered him the opportunity to contribute to ongoing research on new management practices in Africa through public administrations and communities.
He is writing his thesis under the direction of Professor Beidari Boubacar / CESAG and Professor Ewald Eisenberg University of Kehl / FRG Research, on the topic of “Management des services publics dans les collectivités territoriales ouest africaines – Analyse des structures et pratiques des collectivités décentralisées nigériennes " [Management of public services in West African local authorities - Analysis of the structures and practices of Nigerian decentralized communities].