Emmeline Saint is a Market Systems Analyst and has been with iMMAP since 2016. Based in France, she regularly travels to the Middle East to support iMMAP response to the Syria crisis. Her work explores the impacts of crises on people’s livelihoods through the mapping and analysis of market systems (food, income generation, labor, social sectors). Engaged in the humanitarian sector since 2004, she worked with ACF and Oxfam on emergency food security and livelihoods programmes. Since 2010, she led analyses for various agencies in conflict-affected countries of Africa, Asia, and the Middle East.
She graduated in Administration of Humanitarian Programmes and holds a Masters degree from the University of Toulouse (France) in Languages and Development Economics.