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A H M Belayeth Hussain Bangladesh DEM 2007-2008 of the city center to the National Museum. If you happen to be around on a weekend and you feel like having fun at night, go to Olympic night club in Djeuga Palace Hotel somewhere in between Le Biniou restaurant and the National Museum. With whom do you live? I live with my precious family: my lovely wife and kids. Where do you work? Where are you currently living? Penang in Malaysia If ever you pass through Penang you definitely should go/ do this… If you are planning a trip to Southeast Asia, you must visit Malaysia before you die! Penang is considered as a food heaven of the world! One must experience to have hot and spicy ‘fish head curry’ in Penang. With whom do you live? I live with my wife ‘Keya’ and a three-year old son ‘Rihab’ Most precious memory about my time @ IOB Paris visit was one of the memorable events during my studentship at IOB. I learned a lot from the undeclared motto of IOB: ‘learn from the interaction’. Where do you work? Project Manager at SNV/Netherlands Development Organization, Cameroon. This project is an opportunity to successfully apply market-based solutions to poverty reduction in the center region of Cameroon. I am passionate about the entire IOB team (both administrative and teaching staff) and particularly Prof. Johan Bastiaensen and retired Prof. Marysse and who I believe made the most significant impact in my academic life in IOB. Tair Kasztan Flechner Uruguay G&D 2014-2015 I would be happy to get in touch with the persons who are interested in microfinance and its connections to labor issues (for instance, decent work agenda defined by ILO). If ever you pass through Montevideo you definitely should go/ do this… If ever you pass through Yaoundé you definitely should go/ do this… If ever you pass through Yaoundé, you definitely should go to FLAVOURS restaurant where you would find all types of Cameroonian dishes which depict the rich ethnic and ecological diversity of the country. If you want to know something about Cameroon’s exciting history, just cross over to the other side I think I have a passion in discussing society, principally about inequality and the policies to change it. Safiyatu Abubakr Bibilazu Ghana DEM 2012-2013 Where are you currently living? Ghana, Tamale Most precious memory about my time @ IOB Move on with tutors and as sessions begin without wasting time because time will not wait for you and you will not be able to turn back the hand of time. Brugge was a nice place to be. Where do you work? Where are you currently living? Cameroon, Yaoundé Passionate about and why? Passionate about and why? Passionate about and why? Where are you currently living? I coordinate and give technical support in the design and development of policies that aim to improve access to decent jobs for the young population in Uruguay. Personally, I look forward to spending more time with my family both at home and at interesting places and events within and outside Cameroon. I am also looking forward to the 2016 Africa Women’s Cup of Nations to be held in Cameroon. What exciting new developments do you look forward to in 2016 … Charles Kacho Tah Cameroon DEM 2010-2011 I work in the Ministry of Labor and Social Security in the Employment Direction. Specifically I am focusing now in the Youth Employment Department. What exciting new developments do you look forward to in 2016 … Currently, I am working as a Postdoctoral researcher at the Center for Research on Women and Gender (KANITA) in Universiti Sains Malaysia (USM), Malaysia. I am looking forward having some decisions about my few publications in 2016. I will also be engaged with a research project titled ‘rapport building using digital platform among single mother entrepreneurs in Penang, Malaysia.’ Where do you work? Uruguay, Montevideo Monitoring, Evaluation, Accountability and Learning Specialist at Catholic Relief Services, Ghana. What exciting new developments do you look forward to in 2016 … I am looking forward to an opportunity to pursue a PhD, and also to Ghana’s upcoming elections. Passionate about and why? Idea - the strong foundation IOB provides to its students to meet challenging situations of different environments If you ever pass through Montevideo you definitely should go to the waterfront, to the old city and the Cerro of Montevideo. By visiting these places you will have three very different views of Montevideo: the coast, which is the richest part with tall buildings and parks, the old city, a historical place where the city fortress once was; and the Cerro, a labor neighborhood, which was settled during the times of industrialization in the country. It also ha