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Aboubacar Sidiki Condé is an Economist. He joined the Regulatory Authority of Posts and Telecommunications (ARPT) of the Republic of Guinea in June 2013 through the Directorate of Economy & Prospects of this institution. Since 2013 he has held the positions of:
✓ Head of Universal Access and Services;
✓ Acting Director in charge of Economics & Foresight;
✓ Senior Advisor to the Director General.
In his current position, Mr Conde represents ARPT in strategic bodies (Board of Directors, Executive Committee and General Assembly) of partner institutions and international meetings, accompanies the Director General in its interactions of a strategic nature with local and international partners and provides support to the functional Directorates as needed in the accomplishment of their missions.
Mr Conde previously worked for the Regional Council of Auvergne in France and two international Belgian and Swiss NGOs operating in the Republic of Guinea in the field of Local Economic Development and Protection of Minors’ Rights, respectively as Advisor in charge of Planning and Monitoring & Evaluation of Projects and Project Coordinator,
Mr Conde has a Master’s degree in Economics & Finance from the University of Conakry in the Republic of Guinea and a Master 1 and a Master 2 Professional Economics-Management, Option “International Development and Project Analysis” from the University of Auvergne in France.
In addition to his academic certifications, Mr Conde has benefited from several other certifying trainings on, among others, Telecommunications Regulation, Tariff and Quality of Service Control, Taxation of the Telecommunications Sector, Policies and Practices of Information and Communication Technologies Regulation, Strategic Planning and Monitoring & Evaluation of Projects, etc.
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