Lambert IZERIMANA is a research assistant at IPAR-Rwanda. He has a Master’s degree in statistics from the East African Statistical Training Centre, Dar es Salaam, Tanzania. Prior to joining IPAR-Rwanda, he was a research assistant at International Livestock Research Institute’s research project in partnership with University of Rwanda and Research Triangle International. He has experience in research as coordinator of field surveys, producing field reports, data cleaning, and data analysis. He has served as Assistant Lecturer at Higher Learning Institutions in Rwanda.
He is passionate with data and statistics to support decision making and planning processes through research. He is interested in Socio-Economic Researches, Official Statistics and Data Sciences. Aware of the importance of good quality data and statistics, he makes sure they are of high quality towards making sound decisions and successfully achieving research goals.