DR. LEONARDO BERTERO
Leonardo Bertero has a MA in History and Politics from the University of Dundee and he is currently pursuing a MSc in International Development and Humanitarian Crisis at the London School of Economics. In the past years, Bertero analysed the effects of developmental/aid projects in various parts of Africa. Currently, he works as an external collaborator and researcher for the CSA and he is the co-organizer of the current project. He focuses on conflict resolutions, gender issues and how development actions can tackle inequalities in low income countries. Teresa and Leonardo co-authored the paper “Women's Voices in Water Governance and Management: The Lake Chad Case” forthcoming in an IHE Delft Institute for Water Education’s book. Together with Chiara Danese, they also published “Luci e ombre dell’Eu trust fund for Africa” (in English: Lights and Shadows of the EUTF). IDOS: Dossier Statistico Immigrazione (2020) 85-87.
ENG. ANDREA MANGANO
Born in Florence (1946), he graduated in Hydraulic Engineering in (Rome, 1972) and specialized in Hydrology (Padua, 1973). He worked as a professional engineer and executive in some of the biggest engineering firm of Italy (among others, Bonifica, where he has been appointed to the role of Vice Director and Responsible for Hydraulic Division. He holds courses at all’ENGREF (Montpellier, France) and from 2009 at AgroParisTech in Paris and has been Visiting Professor in various universities of Rome. From 2014 he is partner and President of PW Advisory & Capital Services Italia, a public services consulting group.
LAKE CHAD AND INFRUSTRUCTURES: CHALLENGES AND IDEAS