Economist, World Bank Africa Gender Innovation Lab
Léa Rouanet is an Economist working at the World Bank Africa Gender Innovation Lab, where she is the team's deputy head and leads the agriculture thematic area. Her current research identifies and addresses gender-based constraints to economic activity in sub-Saharan Africa, focusing on agriculture, youth employment, socio-emotional skills, gender-based violence and adolescent girls programming. She is currently involved in several impact evaluations on these topics across Africa. She holds a PhD from the Paris School of Economics. Her website is here.
Recent work by Léa Rouanet
Women’s inclusion in training, farm management and planning can boost the efficiency of agricultural production