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Nadia Mannaoui has a master’s degree in financial engineering, a ‘BAC+4’ degree in finances, and extensive experience in economic development, youth employment promotion and economic empowerment of women. She has 25 years of work experience, 11 of which in international cooperation projects in Morocco with the Belgian, British, German, Spanish, Italian and American cooperation agencies as well as with organizations of the United Nations. She has managed projects focused primarily on youth, women, and economic development, with a special emphasis on convergence and regionalization of public policies regarding employment and economic development. She undertook several international cooperation missions in Northern and Western Africa and in the Middle East.
With regards to children’s rights, Nadia has worked as a subsistence resources specialist in the project “Parcours Prometteurs” in the Marrakech Safi region, in collaboration with the Ministry of Work, Education and National Assistance, and financed by the international Department for Work: the project consisted of a formal educational part, an informal part for adolescents from 15 to 17 years old, and a part about strengthening the inspection of dangerous workplaces as well as children’s rights.


  • Algeria
  • Burkina Faso
  • Egypt
  • Jordan
  • Lebanon
  • Mali
  • Mauritania
  • Morocco
  • Palestinian Territory Occupied
  • Senegal
  • Sudan
  • Syria
  • Tunisia

  • Civil Service & State Administration
  • Community Development
  • Economy, Employment & TVET
  • Education

  • 01.a. Administrative organisation and internal control systems
  • 01.b. Risk management
  • 01.d. Analysis of the ‘governance’-system at organisation and/or sector level
  • 01.f. Corporate Governance (including codes / guidelines of corporate governance)
  • 02.c. Development of business models and business plans (for public-sector and parastatal organisations, SOE’s, NGOs, social enterprises)
  • 02.d. Integrated capacity building at individual, organisational and institutional levels
  • 03.e. Annual planning and budgeting
  • 03.f. Results based management and Monitoring & Evaluation (Including: client/stakeholder focus, defining / using quality standards and performance indicators, management dashboards, balanced scorecard, …)
  • 03.g. Reporting Systems – Accountability
  • 04.b. Partnerships (Design / optimisation / management of partnerships)
  • 04.c. Public Private Partnership (PPP)
  • 04.g. Social responsibility of organisations
  • 05.a. HR policies and HR development strategies
  • 05.b. Personnel administration
  • 05.c. Staffing - Staff needs assessment – HR-planning
  • 05.d. Job Descriptions
  • 05.e. Competence management
  • 05.f. Professional sills development – Training – Pathways of professional development
  • 05.g. Individual performance management
  • 05.h. Leadership & Management development
  • 06.a. Financial procedures
  • 06.b. Accounting / Management accounting
  • 06.c. Assessment and optimisation of financial management systems and financial-administrative procedures
  • 06.d. Financial reporting and accountability
  • 06.e. Procurement systems
  • 06.f. Funding mechanisms – Accountability vis-à-vis funders / donors
  • 07.a. Design / formulation of projects / programs (including intervention strategies, theories of change, outcome mapping, technical / financial program documents, etc.)
  • 07.b. System-based context analysis – base line studies
  • 07.c. Organisational evaluation and capacity analysis of partner organisations identified for / entrusted with responsibilities for (national) project implementation / execution
  • 07.d. Management, control and steering processes of projects / programmes
  • 07.e. Mid-term and final evaluations of projects and programmes
  • 07.f. Sustainable Development Goals (SDG)
  • 08.a. Gender policy and strategies
  • 09.h. Mid-term reviews and final evaluations of projects and programmes of international development cooperation (Including theory-based evaluation)
  • 09.i. Impact evaluastions
  • 10.a. Qualitative and quantitative surveys
  • 10.d. Training of enumerators / survey teams
  • 14.b. Fostering entrepreneurship and private sector development – facilitation of SMME development
  • 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.d. Coaching/fostering emerging social and inclusive entrepreneurs and business - Conceiving/improving/leveraging inclusive business models - Transformation of NGOs/donor-dependent organisations into successful social enterprises
  • 15.a. Assessment / audit and optimisation of financial management systems and financial – administrative procedures
  • 15.b. Performance budgeting, zero base budgeting, value for money budgeting and results-based budget envelope approaches
  • 15.f. Budget support
  • 16.b. Strengthening civil society
  • 16.e. Youth policy
  • 16.h. Development education & Global citizenship education
  • 18.c. Agricultural value chains