Accounts from the field

Nadia Villa

Nadia Villa was born in Vimercate (MB) in 1983 and has a degree in social sciences for cooperation and development from Rome’s Sapienza University. She set off for Togo as a volunteer in the “Jeunes Filles pour l’Agro” project in 2010 as part of the Gap Year Intern, programme, assisting the personal responsible for the project in monitoring and reporting. In 2011 she became project chief of “Antenna Togo” for Punto Sud, with the job of coordinating monitoring and external evaluation of the initiatives financed by Fondazione Milano per Expo.

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