Maeva is a Consultant within IPE Triple Line's Private Sector Development practice. She has worked across a range of private sector development programmes, with a particular focus on the monitoring, evaluation and learning from enterprise challenge funds. Maeva has helped design impact studies to assess the effect of the Mastercard’s Fund for Prosperity’s funding to agribusinesses and other private sector actors on poverty alleviation and resilience of the rural poor. She has also contributed to a Reach to the Poor Learning Paper for the Africa Enterprise Challenge Fund (AECF) renewable energy window.
Prior to joining IPE Triple Line, Maeva worked at UNDP’s Regional Centre for Africa in Addis Ababa where she conducted research and data analysis to create donor intelligence knowledge products for 45 African countries. She also co-founded and managed a Zambian NGO working with private sector actors and international donors to promote sustainable waste management.
Maeva holds a BA in Social Sciences and an MA in International Relations from Science Po. She is fluent in French.
Maeva has country experience in:
- Africa – Zambia, Ethiopia, Kenya
- Europe - France