Éric Beugnot

Country manager Turkey at AFD

2 published articles

Agence Française de Développement
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35 years career in development at AFD, in Africa (Ivory Coast, Cameroon, RD Congo), Mediterranean (Tunisia), Asia (Director in Cambodia) and French Overseas France (New Caledonia, Guadeloupe, Deputy Chief Executive Officer of the Socredo bank in Polynesia), at AFD headquarters as Head Asset and Liability Management and Head of Risk Monitoring, currently Country Manager Turkey.

ID4D Articles


Consensual power-sharing as a way out of endless crises

How can we help those seeking a way out of endless chaos? Éric Beugnot (AFD) and Jacques Levard propose consensual power-sharing for a limited duration in exchange for massive and sustainable aid.


Paying the price required to lift a country out of chaos is profitable

In crisis countries, international aid is parsimonious, or even minimal, and often imbalanced between military and civil expenditure. Yet experience has shown that to be effective, aid must reach a certain threshold. It can then be shown that in terms of investment, it is profitable.


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