Deolinda dos Reis Semedo has a degree in Statistics from the Federal University of Pará and a postgraduate degree in Geographic Information System from the University of Cabo Verde. She also has a Master’s degree in Program Evaluation and Public Policy from the Complutense University of Madrid.
She began her professional career in 1994 at the National Institute of Statistics of Cape Verde), having coordinated several surveys, including the QUIBB 2006 (Unified Questionnaires of Basic Well-Being Indicators), the Expenditure and Family Income (IDRF – 2001/2002), the Population and Housing Census of the island of Sal (2000) and the Business Census (1998). She has extensive experience in the field of economic statistics, sampling, typing programs, analysis and data processing, having participated in several surveys at INE.
Since 2002, she has been a founding partner of Empresa Afrosondagem, where she is a partner of Afrobarometer, having participated in all the surveys carried out in Cape Verde since 2002.
She currently works as a Monitoring and Evaluation Consultant in the Learning for All Project in Angola-PAT, at the Ministry of Education of Angola and financed by the World Bank.