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Fatou Ndoye  

Deputy Regional Director of United Nations Environment

Fatou Ndoye is the deputy regional director of the United Nations Environment Programme (UN Environment) Regional, North America Office. Ms Ndoye joined UN Environment in 2005 and previously worked for UN Environment’s Major Groups and Stakeholders Branch. Ms. Ndoye holds 18 years of experience in environment and sustainable development focusing on policy analysis; stakeholder participation in policy and decision making; project development and execution; networking and partnerships; and environmental assessments integration.

Additionally, she has worked on issues ranging from the linkages between labour and the environment, environmental governance, public participation and access to information. Prior to joining UN Environment, she led the international NGO Network for Environment and Sustainable development in Africa (NESDA), a collaborating center for the Global Environment Outlook report series and its Africa Environment Outlook series, headquartered in Cote d’Ivoire.


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