Chloë Fernandez is a Research Officer in the Gender, Economic Opportunity & Fragility unit at DIME. Her objective is to bridge the gap between evidence and effective policies and operations in the most challenging contexts. She works in high-pressure environments with a focus on social protection interventions for vulnerable populations. Beyond project-specific work across the Sahel and DRC, she also co-leads DIME’s Fragility, Conflict, and Violence Program, providing intellectual and operational directions to World Bank programming. Chloë is also driving DIME’s 15million USD partnership with the World Food Programme. Implemented across 15 countries, the engagement aims at testing new solutions to promote resilience, gender equality, and better emergency responses.