Daniel Kamelgarn has dedicated himself to the financing of development for 35 years with the Agence Française de Développement (AFD), the European Commission, the French Ministries of Foreign Affairs and of the Economy, Finance and Industry. He worked with the International Centre for Environment and Development (CIRED) to the elaboration of the concept of sustainable development and green growth in the 1970s. He realized different public policy evaluation reports, has been the Vice-President of the DAC Network on Development and was a teacher in evaluation at the University of Sciences Po Paris. He was the assistant rapporteur of the report to the Ministry of Economy “A partnership for the future: 15 proposals for building a new economic relationship between Africa and France” by Hubert Védrine, Lionel Zinsou, Tidjane Thiam, Jean-Michel Severino, Hakim El Karoui. He was then the Director of Activities of AfricaFrance. He is a graduate in Economics of the University of Sorbonne (Paris I) and of the HEC School of Management.