Rohen d’Aiglepierre

Human Development Economist, Research officer at AFD

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Biography

Rohen d’Aiglepierre recently joined the Research Division of the Agence française de développement as an economist in charge of human capital. He has a PhD in Economics, specialising in education development economics. His research focus is on the effectiveness of public aid, educational choices, the efficacy of educational establishments, exclusion and inclusion policies, public-private partnerships and private investment in education.

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Private education: An asset for Sub-Saharan Africa?

The question of private education constitutes a core issue, given the commitments made to education, current education conditions and the many challenges for the future in Sub-Saharan African countries. The state of private education in the region requires providing it with a better framework and giving it more incentives in order to improve access to education and its quality and equity. An in-depth analysis of the situation of States, households, private education operators and the financial sector is essential in order to modernize public policies on private education (d’Aiglepierre, 2013).

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