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Elsa Matilde Escobar

Elsa is trained in Pure Chemistry and Msc in Mathematics, she has a diploma in NGO management and specialization in Gender and Development. Elsa has professional training and experience in the field of science, conservation, photography, management of organizations and concerted work; With more than 25 years of experience in the environmental field, from the identification of the object to the final proposal and the achievement of resources. She has represented entities in which she has worked in national and international institutional and academic and negotiation events. Elsa is a member of several boards of directors of environmental organizations. She has been and is invited as a presenter of keynote conferences and paddler at national and international congresses and seminars. She actively participates in the discussion on environmental issues at the national and international level.

I am a member of the ACB and the GA since 2020.

I am a member of HQAI, at the kind invitation of Pierre Hauselmann, who knows my career in the field of certification and standards, mainly in Sustainable Agriculture. I am very proud to be a member of HQAI and although I have never been in the field of humanitarian aid, I am very interested in learning and, if possible, in helping. 

For me, HQAI is especially important because I believe that in these times, and at all times, humanitarian aid is fundamental for the future of societies. I believe in the transparency of aid and the third-party body that certifies humanitarian and development organisations. Its transfer is very important, because the health, well-being, and sometimes the lives of many people depend on the type of aid, how it is delivered, and its effectiveness and efficiency. This must be given in the best way.