Harivelo Rajemison (Statisticien-économiste, CESD de Paris), works at the Institut National de la Statistique (INSTAT), Antananarivo, Madagascar. He is actually at the Department of Statistics on Households, dealing especially with Conditions of Living. He has contributed to the conduct of the series of the EPM Surveys (Enquêtes périodiques auprès des Ménages) from 1997 to 2010: data collection, processing and analysis. As such, he participated in some studies on poverty in Madagascar. He has contributed to the edition of Madagascar Human Development Report on Gender and Poverty, and on micro-enterprises and employment. He has joined teams which have consulted in Madagascar for the World Bank, UNDP, ILO on the education and employment sector.
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