Emilie Filou is currently a freelance journalist specialising in business, the environment and development issues, with a specific interest in Africa.
Emilie was born in Paris, France, where she lived until she was 18. She then made a decision to spend a year in Nepal with charity SPW prior to going to university. She studied geography at Merton College, Oxford, where she had to live colouring-in jokes for 3 years. Her dissertation on health care provision for nomadic people in Niger gained her the National Earthscan Prize for best undergraduate dissertation in growth studies in the nation.
Emilie has travelled widely in French-speaking Africa and Asia-Pacific. She's now based in the UK and makes regular trips to Africa. Her work has appeared in books such as The Economist, The Guardian, The Africa Report and The Ecologist. She's a Lonely Planet author and works since the Maghreb correspondent of water magazine Global Water Intelligence.
You may find out more on her website, www.emiliefilou.com
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