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Meet the Class of 2014: 30 students from 24 different countries

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Fellows

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A Group of Diversity and Excellence

The CDE is proud to count more than 1000 alumni representing 100 countries among its elite group of graduates from the Master of Arts in Development Economics Program. The program which has spanned almost 50 years, is proud of the number of alumni who are still actively engaged in development work either in their home country, in another developing country, or for an international development agency.
The CDE is also proud to include among its alumni: prime ministers, ambassadors, governors of central banks, and numerous ministers, deputy ministers, permanent secretaries, and leaders of government agencies and financial institutions.

The Class of 2014: 30 fellows from 24 different countries

Abdul Sowe Abebual Demilew Ali Ghaleb Anna Rahmawaty
Sierra Leone Ethiopia Yemen Indonesia
Bank of Sierra Leone Innovations for Poverty Action Central Bank of Yemen Ministry of National Development Planning
Aziz Kholboboev Mamoudou Nagnalen Barry Celly Pertiwi Chisomo Chakachadza
Tajikistan Guinea Indonesia Malawi
Ministry of Finance Central Bank of Guinea IMF Indonesia Resident Representative Office Reserve Bank of Malawi
Diana Nyussupova Edouard Bigendako Jaime Vargas Ramos Japhet Chiwaula
Kazakhstan Burundi Bolivia Zambia
Ministry of Economy and Budget Planning Bank of The Republic Of Burundi Central Bank of Bolivia Ministry of Agriculture and Livestock
Ahmad Jawid Kristina Manysheva Loc Phu Le Margot Ayala Lino
Afghanistan Belarus Vietnam Bolivia
Ministry of Finance Ministry of Economy State Bank of Vietnam Ministry of Hydrocarbons and Energy
Marlyatou Bah Rajaguru Mudiyanselage Sanjeewani Rajaguru Syedah Mohsina Atiq Moogdho Mahzab
Guinea Sri Lanka Pakistan Bangladesh
Maersk Ministry of Finance and Planning Lahore School of Economics Bangladesh Institute of Development Studies
Mphatso Banda Nino Devdariani Parinha Sok Ratanak Hoeun
Malawi Georgia Cambodia Cambodia
Ministry Of Finance National Bank of Georgia Royal University of Phnom Penh Royal University of Phnom Penh
Rebeca Hernandez Asturias Shereen Hishamudin Silver Namunane Sultan Abdoul Karim Toure
El Salvador Malaysia Uganda Cote d’Ivoire
Competition Superintendence Central Bank of Malaysia Ministry Of Finance Ministry Of Planning And Development
Tsotne Amashukeli Vatthana Sanoubane
Georgia Laos
Georgia Revenue Service Lao Securities Exchange

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