Baptiste Gerbier



8 rue saint Jean, 93 130 Noisy le Sec



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Baptiste Gerbier studied Economics in France (CERDI) and in Canada (McGill University). He has been working for 12 years on economic issues in developing countries, especially at macro level (support to Ministries of Economy and Finance and Ministries of Energy). He has a strong experience in :
- public finance management, especially the budget cycle: Programming (needs & targets), Planning (actions), Budgeting (Initial Finance Laws, Medium Term Expenditures Framework.), Monitoring (expenditures execution, Final Finance Laws) and Evaluation (results-oriented indicators, recommendations).
- designing, monitoring and evaluating sector and national development strategies.
- support to statistical system (survey implementation, data review, institutional reforms...).
- donors coordination (thematic groups, political dialogue, budgetary aid...)
- capacity building for institutions (institutional support, development of procedures and procedures manuals) and individuals (teaching, organizing trainings...).

He also works at micro level, through support to social entrepreneurs (creation of sustainable cybercafés, promotion of sustainable construction techniques...).

Since 2014, he mostly works on energy issues, with a focus on energy efficiency (especially in the building sector) and access to energy (especially in rural areas).
Baptiste worked for various donors (EU, UNDP, FAO, French Ministry of Foreign Affairs...) and NGOs (Handicap International and Association la Voûte Nubienne). He worked in Mali (7 years) and in Burundi (2 years) as well as in various other countries for short term assignements (Chile, Ivory Coast, Rwanda, Senegal, Togo and Vietnam). He is trilingual (French, English and Spanish).


  • Cameroon
  • Chile
  • Cote D'Ivoire (Ivory Coast)
  • Mali
  • Rwanda
  • Senegal
  • Togo
  • Vietnam

  • Civil Service & State Administration
  • Economy, Employment & TVET
  • Energy, Water & Sanitation

  • 01.d. Analysis of the ‘governance’-system at organisation and/or sector level
  • 03.e. Annual planning and budgeting
  • 10.e. Assessment, development and/or improvement of statistical systems
  • 15.f. Budget support
  • 07.a. Design / formulation of projects / programs (including intervention strategies, theories of change, outcome mapping, technical / financial program documents, etc.)
  • 01.e. Development / promotion / implementation of concepts / standards of good governance
  • 14.c. Development of the social economy and facilitation of inclusive entrepreneurship: conducive environment, inclusive and sustainable business models, funding mechanisms, stakeholder transparency, management coaching, …
  • 14.b. Fostering entrepreneurship and private sector development – facilitation of SMME development
  • 06.f. Funding mechanisms – Accountability vis-à-vis funders / donors
  • 14.h. Green economy
  • 02.d. Integrated capacity building at individual, organisational and institutional levels
  • 14.a. Integrated development policies / programmes (at national / provincial / local levels or embedded in sectoral approaches) geared at synergies between public sector reform, poverty reduction and fostering economic and private sector development
  • 04.f. Lobbying and awareness raising
  • 03.d. Medium Term Expenditure Framework
  • 07.e. Mid-term and final evaluations of projects and programmes
  • 03.h. Policy evaluations
  • 03.a. Policy setting, strategic planning, multiannual planning
  • 15.e. Public finance / PFM reform programmes
  • 10.a. Qualitative and quantitative surveys
  • 14.i. Results and/or impact-based funding mechanisms
  • 03.f. Results based management and Monitoring & Evaluation (Including: client/stakeholder focus, defining / using quality standards and performance indicators, management dashboards, balanced scorecard, …)
  • 03.b. Sector policies and strategies (Including strategic-level theories / pathways of change, policy implementation strategies and their impact for operational planning and budgeting)
  • 03.c. Sector wide approach (Including donor coordination, alignment and harmonisation)