Director, Right-Fit Evidence Unit at Innovations for Poverty Action
Loïc Watine is spearheading the Right-Fit Evidence Unit, IPA’s advisory department aimed at supporting NGOs, social businesses, governments, and funders in building right-fit Monitoring, Evaluation, and Learning systems. Since joining IPA in 2010, he has directed IPA’s work in Ghana, Burkina Faso, Côte d’Ivoire and Mali, both as Country Director and Regional Director. As an internal principal investigator, Loïc led a multi-country study on pre-primary education in poor urban areas throughout Africa, as well as a study on targeted instruction in Sierra Leone. He has prior experience working in Guatemala and India, and holds a Diplôme d'Ingénieur from the École Polytechnique, along with an MPA in International Development from Harvard University.
Director, Right-Fit Evidence Unit