Cécile Fanton d’Andon joined the CPC Learning Network in January 2019 as the Program Officer for the Effective Approaches to End Worst Forms of Child Labour (EAPEC) Program. She comes with over seven years of experience in impact evaluations of development and humanitarian programs in 11 countries. Cécile is a quantitative research specialist, with a focus on psychometrics. She is specialized in designing and implementing quantitative research and developing measurement tools in the most rigorous way.
Among other research projects, she worked on large scale randomized control trials for a small enterprises support program in Morocco, a girls’ empowerment programs in Liberia and a poverty reduction program in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC). She also developed measurement tools for life skills among children in Tanzania, Cambodia, Nepal, Sri Lanka, India and Vietnam. She previously worked for the CPC supporting the randomized control trial for the COMPASS project in DRC and Ethiopia.
Cécile has a diploma in Statistics from the French Ecole Nationale de la Statistique et de l’Administration Economique (ENSAE), a Master of Economics from the Barcelona Graduate School of Economics of the Pompeu Fabra, and a Master of Economics and Public Policy from Sciences Po in Paris.