Mounia Tagma

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Mounia Tagma, International consultant in housing and housing policies

Mounia Tagma is a consultant specialising in affordable housing issues in Africa and the Middle East and the Affordable Housing Institute (AHI) advisor for Africa and the Middle East. Between 2017 and 2020, she managed AHI’s study projects in Africa and the Middle East, in particular on behalf of international organisations such as the World Bank or the International Finance Corporation, public institutions (operators, central or local Governments) or private (promoters, financial organisations), or even non-governmental organisations. She previously worked for the Holding Al Omrane (HAO), a Moroccan public body in charge of implementing the housing policy. During more than five years at HAO, Mounia was notably in charge of the group’s public-private partnerships and international cooperation. She was also in charge of mission to the Chairman of the Management Board.

Her recent projects include a study of the demand in the Dakar region for an international promoter wishing to develop its activities in Senegal. Mounia also supported the Moroccan Ministry of Economy and Finance for the development of a study on the results of social housing programs in Morocco, a study which offers new perspectives for the sector. She also worked on the challenges of housing production in the Democratic Republic of Congo on behalf of the NGO Habitat for Humanity International, on the national housing strategy of the Government of Qatar and on the study, for the Government. Turkish, of the advisability of a social rental program.

Mounia Tagma holds a Masters in Public Policy from Harvard University as well as a Bachelor of Business Administration from Al Akhawayn University in Ifrane. She is also a recipient of the prestigious Fulbright Exchange Program. Native of Morocco where she is currently based, Mounia has also lived in Equatorial Guinea, Gabon, Switzerland, France and the United States.