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Francisco Del Pozo

Created: 2/17/2010
Updated: 2/17/2010
Visits: 674
Mr. Francisco Del Pozo
agricultural Economist

USDA/Foreign Agricultural Service
1400 Pensilvania Ave
Washington DC DC 20250
United States

http://www.fas.usda.gov
francisco.delpozo@fas.usda.gov
2027209493 (ph)



Biography
Francisco Arturo Del Pozo 11208 west 77 Street
Shawnee, KS 66214
Voice: (913) 9620091; (913)4844183
Email: fdelpozoflores@yahoo.es



Years of Experience : 2 years in the field of capacity building and knowledge exchange with the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization in Italy and Chile (FAO)
2 years in the field of economic analysis with the US
Department of Agriculture (Foreign Agricultural Service, Farm Service Agency, Economic Research Service)
7 years as an agro forestry, and environmental specialist in
projects financed by international development agencies
2 years as a research, teaching, and lab assistant at Kansas
State University

WORK EXPERIENCE

United States Department of Agriculture 10/2009 – at present
Foreign Agricultural Service
Washington DC
Agricultural Economist

Working at the Office of Trade, Biofuels of the Office of Global Analysis:

 Analyze proposals that impact global food security such as producer price, trade barriers, between other.

 Collect and processed data to write reports and develop approaches to address global food security issues.

United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization 8/2007 – 7/2009
Rome, Italy
Mickey Leland International Hunger Fellow, Class 2007

The position encompassed three work places; one in the main FAO office located in Rome (Italy) and the other performing field work in the Santiago (Chile) and Lima (Peru) offices.

 Systematized experiences of the use of Information Communication Systems to access markets for small agricultural producers through country interventions in selected countries (Chile, Peru), this research involves selection of a case study to determine the welfare generated in the local farmer communities for access to local markets using comparisons of historical market prices, location and collection of requisite data, analyzing and interpretation of information, drawing conclusions, and presentation of findings (indicators).

 Collected and processed data to write reports to monitor staple food prices in Latin American and Caribbean countries. It is used to produce analytical weekly and monthly reports (English and Spanish) based on the Consumer Price Index and to prepare FAO food price indexes for Latin American countries.

 Participated in the reformulation of projects for monitoring price markets in Latin American countries as part of the FAO’s initiative on soaring food prices.



United States Department of Agriculture 5/2007 - 7/2007
Economic Research Service (ERS)
Washington, D.C
Intern
• Collected, prepared and analyzed of the contract data from conservation programs and data other source using SAS (Statistical Analysis Software); developed of Statistics, created of charts, figures and to collaborated in writing a research report about subsides allocation for Federal Conservation programs, research project of the Resource Economics Division.


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