Dr. Agyeya Trippathi


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Location : North East
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Email : trippathi.agyeya@csim.in

Dr. Agyeya Tripathi, is a Development Consultant with more than 12 years of international experience. He started his development career with a Social Enterprise Group, Basix and was instrumental in building upon its training and capacity development division based in North India, mainly to cater to young graduates and employees working in Inclusive Finance, Agric value Chain and Young Entrepreneurs. He started his international Development Consulting career with Basix in 2011 for projects funded by SDC, UNDP, World Bank, IFAD and UNCDF. He worked onsite in Papua New Guinea, Tanzania and Ethiopia; while his work was focussed mainly for Mozambique, Cameroon and Ghana. Most of his work is centered around training & capacity building, project design its management, monitoring & evaluation and research for projects designed for social development in the area of microfinance, rural banking, agriculture value chain, youth enterprises and entrepreneurship.

In the year 2017, Dr. Agyeya started working as a freelancer for various Indian and International organizations. He is also working as a visiting faculty for PG students at Development Management Institute, Patna for various courses on Monitoring & Evaluation, Community Based Finance, Resource Mobilization for Social Development and Innovation & Entrepreneurship. He is currently a National Resource Person - Financial Inclusion for NRLM under the Ministry of Rural Development and is recently selected as Mentor of Change for Atal Innovation Mission under Niti Aayog, a policy think tank of Government of India.

He has been associated with CSIM since 2018 and takes care of organizations field operations, strategic partnerships and business development in North and North East India.

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