Lucienne  M’Baïpor

Lucienne M’Baïpor

Senior Social Development Specialist

Lucienne M’Baïpor has more than 27 years’ experience in varied roles at the World Bank. She is currently a Senior Social Development Specialist in Africa Region, working on diverse projects. She has managed Trust funds aimed at strengthening Civil Society in Chad and promoting women empowerment in CAR. These TF have enabled her to work with young people and women in Chad, Togo, Benin and CAR.

She had worked in many countries in Central and West Africa, Environmental and Social Safeguards. She has worked in FCV contexts, particularly in the DRC where she was the CMU social risk management Coordinator for Congo, CAR and DRC and currently fulfils the same role in the Senegal CMU, covering Mauritania, Gambia, Cabo Verde, Senegal and Guinea-Bissau.

In these two roles, she supported capacity building initiatives for Client countries on environmental and social safeguards, Environmental and Social Framework ESF and Grievance Redress Mechanism (GRM).

Lucienne has managed, for the past four years, a Dedicated Grants Mechanism (DGM) project in Burkina Faso.  The project aims to strengthen the capacity of targeted local communities in five regions to allow their participation in FIP and other REDD+ programs at local, national and global levels