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Nelly Bourlion

International project manager

Nelly Bourlion

International project manager


nelly.bourlion@uma.es

+33 6 27 28 62 52



Nelly Bourlion is a biodiversity expert from France with an engineering diploma in Agronomy and a MSc. in Economy. She has been working in international project management for several years. She works as a consultant for the FAO FLRM providing technical assistance to national teams and developping projects in various countries. She previously has worked as a Biodiversity and Forest Ecosystem Program Officer at Plan Bleu, a regional activity center of UNEP/MAP where she managed numerous projects in the Mediterranean, one of which in partnership with ETC-UMA. She also has worked for the GEF performance evaluation team in Washington DC on evaluation of environmental projects focused on biodiversity protection.

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