Mr Daouda BERTE
Directeur de Département
West African Development Bank (BOAD)
Ivory Coast (Cote d`Ivoire)
W : www.boad.org
Industry / Sector
Agriculture & Allied Services, Education & Skill Development, Financial Services, Infrastructure, Logistics, Manufacturing, Mining, Power & Energy, Trade
Mr. Daouda BERTE, Director of the Department of Infrastructure and Environment at the West African Development Bank (BOAD) since June 2019, holds a Civil Engineer diploma from the Ecole Nationale Supérieure des travaux Publics (ENSTP) of Yamoussoukro (Côte d’Ivoire) in June 1995. Before his engineer cycle, he underwent Preparatory Classes for Ivy league school, Mathematics (M1) and Special Mathematics (M2). He has more than fifteen years of experience in financing infrastructure projects in various fields of economics and environmental management.
In his capacity as Director of the Department of Infrastructure and the Environment, Mr. BERTE is responsible for supervising the Department of Rural Development and Infrastructure and the Department of Environment and Climate Finance. He also acts as Director of Rural Development and Infrastructure.
The West African Development Bank (BOAD) is the common development finance institution of the Member States of the West African Monetary Union (WAMU). It was established by an Agreement signed on 14 November 1973, and became operational in 1976. Member States include: Benin, Burkina, Côte d'Ivoire, Guinea Bissau, Mali, Niger, Senegal, and Togo.
By Treaty of the West African Economic and Monetary Union (WAEMU) signed on 10 January 1994 and which entered into force on 1 August 1994, BOAD is a specialized and autonomous institution. It contributes "in full in¬dependence to the achievement of the objectives of the WAEMU without pre¬judice to goals assigned to it under the WAMU Treaty".
BOAD is an international public institution whose purpose, as provided for under Article 2 of its Articles of Association, is to promote the balanced development of its member countries and foster economic integration within West Africa.