Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning (MEL) and Impact Assessment Research Leader
Dr. Cristiano Rossignoli is an Agricultural Economist with a PhD in Agricultural Economics (Animal Health Economics) and an MSc in Animal Production Science from the University of Pisa (Italy), and an MSc in Sustainable Aquaculture from Stirling University (UK). With over 15 years of experience, he has expertise in Impact Assessment and M&E, working on international projects aimed at enhancing livelihoods, nutrition, and food security. Cristiano has held key positions at the University of Pisa, FAO, and Oxfam, and has contributed to food security projects in countries like Afghanistan and Thailand. Cristiano leads Africa-Asia BluTech Superhighway Project, the CGIAR Initiative on Aquatic Foods and acts as the MEL and Impact Assessment Research Lead for WorldFish.