Mélody Vérot

Forced migration in conflict settings – Link between humanitarian aid and institutional development

Mélody is a recent postgraduate specialized in forced migrations issues. She has a deep interest in Middle Eastern cultures and geopolitics, which prompted her to study modern standard Arabic in Jordan. Following this experience, she graduated from a master in migration studies and global development. It was during her studies that she was able to gain an extensive knowledge on humanitarian aid issues, particularly in armed-conflict settings, and issues relative to humanitarian aid in link with the institutional development of fragile states.

Presently, Mélody provides technical support to our teams while continuing to extend her knowledege on humanitarian actions and programming.