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Mounia Tagma is a housing policy consultant whose work focuses on affordable housing issues in MENA and African countries. She currently works on housing projects for the World Bank and the International Finance Corporation in MENA and Africa on a broad range of housing-related topics including housing finance instruments and products, housing ecosystems conducive to investment, and policy dialogue.

For three years, between 2017 and 2020, she was the Regional Manager for Africa and MENA for the Affordable Housing Institute (AHI), a US-based boutique consultancy with projects all over the world, for clients such as the World Bank, the International Finance Corporation, Habitat for Humanity International, Government institutions, or private sector entities.

Previously, as the Head of Public-Private partnerships, Cooperation and Institutional Relations at Al Omrane Holding, the state-owned implementing agency of housing policy in Morocco, Mounia coordinated public-private partnerships for affordable housing and new urban developments in Morocco. She also developed and implemented the cooperation and institutional partnerships strategy.

Mounia holds a Master’s degree in Public Policy from Harvard University’s John F. Kennedy School of Government, where she was also a Fulbright Scholar, and a Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration and Finance from Al Akhawayn University in Ifrane, Morocco.