Alice Ouedraogo is the World Bank Country Manager for Gabon and Equatorial Guinea. As such, she handles the relationship between the two governments and the World Bank, and conducts day-to-day dialogue with members of the government, civil society, and the donor community. Mrs. Ouedraogo is responsible for developing the country strategies for both countries and oversees the implementation of World Bank projects in Gabon and Equatorial Guinea.
Mrs. Ouedraogo is a seasoned professional who has been with the World bank group for over 20 years. She has designed and implemented successful programs in the field of Private Sector Development, Financial Infrastructure, and SME development, in Africa, the Caribbean, south and southeast Asia. She holds a Bachelor of Finance and an MBA in finance and economic development.