Muthoni Nduhiu

Muthoni Nduhiu is a climate change and green growth expert at the African Development Bank, a multilateral financial institution providing finance to African governments and private institutions investing in regional member countries. Her work is focused on mainstreaming climate adaptation and mitigation considerations into all Bank policies and operations, enhancing access to climate finance for implementation of Bank projects and programs and providing technical support for NDC implementation among the Bank’s 13 regional member countries in the Eastern Africa region. She is also an alumnus of the World Economic Forum’s Global Shapers Community, a network of young people driving dialogue, action and change. 

Chavi Meattle

Chavi Meattle is a climate finance specialist in London, bringing expertise in tracking and evaluating global and national climate finance trends, and climate policies. She leads CPI’s national tracking workstream, which aims to provide targeted support for countries to implement their climate finance tracking activities and develop their national strategies to implement NDCs. 

Daouda Sembene

Daouda Sembene was an Executive Director of the International Monetary Fund where he represented 23 African countries on the Executive Board. During his IMF board tenure, he chaired the statutory Board Committee that was tasked with strengthening collaboration at the board level between the IMF and other international institutions, notably the World Bank Group, the United Nations, and WTO. Daouda served as a senior advisor to the Minister of Economy, Finance, and Planning in Senegal. In that capacity, he was appointed as the IMF and World Bank Alternate Governor for Senegal and sat on a number of boards on behalf of the ministry. He also served briefly as Head of the Financial Sector and Competitiveness General Directorate in the same ministry. Most recently, he provided consulting services to the G20 Saudi Secretariat, the IMF, and the World Bank.