Agronomist Pierre Gary Mathieu

Agronomist Pierre Gary Mathieu

Here is a picture of agronomist Pierre Gary Mathieu. He dies at Age 50

Haitian agronomist, Pierre Mathieu, died on November 22, 2015 at a U.S. hospital in New York City. He headed up several programs throughout his career relating to agriculture development and disaster preparedness. As an educator, he taught at the Faculty of Agronomy and Veterinary Medicine (FAMV). He became a specialist in Management Initiatives at the University of Connecticut.

Three agencies he helmed were the Agricultural Inputs Store as a representative of Ministry of Agriculture, Nationural Resources, and Rural Development (MARNDR); Intersectoral Commission for Production and Seeds (ICPS; and Planning and Emergency Program Evaluation (PNUD). Also appointed as National Consultant to the World Food Program, he advised department managers at the International Alliance Against Hunger. He last worked as the National Coordinator of the National Coordination for Food Security (CNSA). In both capacities he lectured on food security, which was plaguing schools. In disaster preparedness he directed the Planning and Emergency Program Evaluation.

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