Samsoudine IBARIN is a Agronomist specialised in Agroecology. Born in Sokodé (Togo) in 1998, he grew up in a family with a passion for agriculture. Thus, since a young age, he has always been interested in sustainable and environmentally friendly agricultural practices.
After obtaining his professional degree in 2019 at the Ecole Supérieure d’Agronomie de l’Université de Lomé, he has held positions of responsibility with renowned structures such as : GESCOD (Grand Est Solidarité & Coopérations pour le Développement), Tar Agro, RAA-Consulting (Gestion des Risques Agricoles et Agrobusiness) and the very prestigious Institut Togolais de Recherche Agronomique (ITRA/CRA-F) which allowed him to touch the realities of the Togolese agricultural sector and more particularly the rural environment through sensitizations, trainings, regrouping and accompaniments of farmers. During his missions, he advised farmers on the best agricultural practices that can be put in place to optimise agricultural production while preserving ecosystems.
Today, with a Master’s degree in Agro-resource Sciences and Environmental Engineering, his goal is to continue working in the field of sustainable agriculture and contribute to global food security. He strongly believes that sustainable agriculture can help preserve ecosystems and reduce greenhouse gas emissions while ensuring food production for future generations.