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If I had to say about MESCI in one line, I would say (MESCI is a road that leads you to work in development with a huge basket of international organizations operating all over the world) MESCI is the right place for anyone who is interested in working on development projects or in development economics in general. MESCI gave me the opportunity to learn, develop my skills and fostered my knowledge in different thematic issues related to development, such as, poverty, rural and urban development, gender, child labour, and environmental economics and climate changes. In addition to, the quantitative part of economics and econometrics. MESCI allowed me to start an internship with the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) for six months, I worked in agricultural innovations under the Knowledge Sharing, Research and Extension division (OEKR), which I consider as a fruitful and learning process, and build up experience for my planned career, and currently I am working as a consultant, I moderate TECA (Technologies and Practices for small agricultural producers) platform, this platform is managed by FAO, it’s an agricultural technologies and practices repository, where small farmers producers can obtain practical and easy to understand information illustrated with pictures and videos when possible, another main service that this platform provides is the discussion groups, where members of the platform can raise issues and discuss.