Tidiane Fall holds a Master in Geography, a Post Grado in Agroecology and a Diplôme Supérieur in Humanitarian Leadership. Tidian is a Mauritanian national who began his career in 2002 in development, particularly in the fields of child protection, social housing and resilience in Mauritania, with several international NGOs. He then worked in Niger, Mali, Guinea Conakry, DRC, Kenya and Uganda in managing emergency humanitarian operations, advocacy and humanitarian negotiation. He is also a trainer in ‘Change management and decision making process and problem solving’, Child Protection, as well as in the development of strategies and in CMCoord.
Tidiane Fall received a scholarship from the Australian Deakin University, which allowed him to obtain his higher degree in Humanitarian Leadership.
Since March 2021, Tidiane Fall has been working with the WFP regional office in Dakar as the regional officer for humanitarian-military interaction and access covering several countries of West Africa.