Mustapha Chouikha has graduated in 1993 from the Carthage HEC Business school and obtained in 1998 a Master in Rural Development from the Agronomic Mediterranean Institute of Montpellier. He has been involved very young in civil society subjects as youth representative. In 1991 he was appointed by the Secretary General of the United Nations Conference on Environment and Development as Youth Ambassador for Africa and Europe. He participated at the Earth Summit with a Summit Level Pass. He represented Youth Ending Hunger at several networks and activities among them the United Nations Commission on Sustainable Development as Member of the NGO Steering Committee from 1995 to 2000. He was subsequently appointed as Country director of Hunger Free World a Japanese NGO and elected as Chairman of its United Nations Contacting Team. He represented HFW at the United Nations Conference on Finance for Development prepcoms and attended the Monterrey Summit in 2002. In 2003, he was selected as LEAD associate, followed the two years training and graduated in 2005 as LEAD fellow. He has been elected as Chairman of LEAD Tunisia in 2005 and 2008. His main areas of interests are: Rural Development, South-South Cooperation, Environment, Food Security and Youth Empowerment.
Management of Sustainability