Hélène holds a Bachelor degree in Agronomic Sciences (socio-economics and rural development specialty) from the Higher School of Agronomy of the University of Lomé and a Research Masters in Science and Technology, Marketing and Socio-economics specialty from Regional Center of Excellence on Avian Sciences (CERSA) at the University of Lomé.
She has experience in drafting and executing agricultural projects, mainly rural development projects having been responsible for the Agricultural Project at ID2REAL where she was the one who set up agricultural projects and coordinated their execution.
She also has experience in project impact studies, including her research on the impacts of family poultry intensification on improving rural household incomes in the savannah region of Togo.
She previously worked as a consultant in WINIGA CONSULTING, which is a study, evaluation and training firm offering agricultural services and in the management of social projects, in particular environmental and social protection.
She has experience in agricultural research, environmental and social safeguard and rural development.