Benjamin is iMMAP’s Europe and Central Asia desk coordinator. He is responsible, working closely with the country representatives, for context analysis, definition and revision of strategic orientations, fundraising, financial, staff and quality management as well as representing iMMAP in coordination platforms for the global response.
Within iMMAP, Benjamin worked as the country representative for Afghanistan and Yemen. Before that, he was the program manager for a global COVID-19 program. Prior to joining iMMAP, Benjamin has worked as country director and field coordinator with Doctors Without Borders (MSF) in Papua New Guinea, Burkina Faso, South Sudan, and Mali, and with Premiere Urgence International (PUI) in Libya and Yemen. He also has a significant experience being an independent consultant in Nigeria, Iraq and Lebanon, providing mission audits, mentoring sessions and remote diagnosis for junior country directors, logistic coordinators and security managers.
Benjamin holds a Master´s Degree in Anthropology of Societies and Their Environment from the University of Lyon II, Master´s Degree in Humanitarian Action from the French Institute for International and Strategic Affairs and Bioforce as well as a Master´s Degree in Integrated Territorial Development from the Museum of Natural History and University of Montpellier, France. He further holds a Disaster Risk Management Certificate from the Asian Disaster Preparedness Center in Thailand. He is fluent in English and French.