CIFAL Maghreb has a two-fold objective; firstly to support and complement the existing training activities for local authorities by strengthening the trainer’s capacity to leverage new training practices, educational procedures and specific methodological components; and secondly to enhance the skills and professional performance of local actors for them to respond better to modern challenges related to the management of local public services.
Maghreb and Sahel region, Africa
- Decentralization and local governance
- Development of institutional capacities
- Instructional design
- Monitoring and evaluation
- Managerial skills
- Leadership and Organizational Development for Results-Based Performance
- Management and Development of Human Resources
- Local Projects management
- Strategic planning and public policies
- Participative training and Quality assurance
CIFAL Maghreb Acting Director
Nicolas has been working with the Decentralized Cooperation Programme of UNITAR since 2008. He has first been in charge, under the guidance of the Knowledge Systems Innovation section, of accompanying the development and set up of UNITAR Virtual Learning Environment. Nicolas works on the development of learning materials and training projects on local development themes through e-learning courses, face to face trainings and projects in city to city cooperation for knowledge transfer. He holds a Master degree in European Law from the University of Rennes 1 (France) and a Master degree in International Law/Public Administration from the University of Paris II Panthéon-Assas (France).