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Kama Tapé Bérenger

Africa Center for Strategic Studies, Washington, DC, USA 
Kama Tapé Bérenger Ph.D in International Relations and Diplomacy is an Academic Researcher at the Africa BerengerCenter for Strategic Studies in Washington, D.C., where he supports policy analysis, strategic planning, and program development. He is also the Director of Studies at the Regional Training Center for the Fight Against Drugs. He has served as a consultant to the Rule of Law Promotion Program, sponsored by the German International Development Agency (GIZ) and as a consultant to the Regional Office of the International Organization of Criminal Policy. He was also a Technical Adviser to the Director of the Regional Training Center for the Fight Against Drugs in Grand-Bassam. Prior to that, he worked as a consultant to the Highly Vulnerable Population Program of the International HIV/AIDS Alliance. Mr. Bérenger is from Abidjan, Ivory Coast, and is married with two daughters. 
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