Pauline Allemand, MS, M.Eng
Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO)
Pauline Allemand is a nutrition consultant, specializing in dietary assessment and management and analysis of food consumption data. She was previously a data analyst at the Institute of Research for Development (IRD) and has collaborated with several UN agencies and the EC on the development of tools and indicators for nutrition. She joined the Nutrition Division at the Head Quarters of FAO in May 2014. She is currently supporting the development of a new tool aimed at dramatically enhancing worldwide the use of existing individual food consumption data for nutrition and food safety purposes, named FAO/WHO GIFT (FAO/WHO Global Individual Food consumption Tool). This tool will answer key information needs of policy makers at country, regional and global level in the field of nutrition and food safety. Pauline holds an MS in Nutrition for developing countries from Montpellier 2 University and an M.Eng from LaSalle Beauvais Polytechnic Institute.