Emanuele Marocco graduated at “La Sapienza” University of Rome in Economics for Development and International Cooperation in 2009.
During his working experience he held various posts in different organizations :
in 2011 at the Malta Resources Authority in the energy management and environmental field, assisting in economic analysis related to the fuel market in Malta by comparing and monitoring fuel prices, improving economic indicators and benchmarks and creating databases monitor the energy and resource free market.
In 2010 at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs at the General Directorate for Development and Cooperation assisting the office’s activities related to the countries of assignment: Lebanon and Albania; implementing, monitoring and evaluating programs.
In the same year he worked at AMREF (African Medical and Research Foundation), supporting the context analysis of development project on the field of “Water, Sanitation and Hygiene” in Kenya, Tanzania and Ethiopia.
In 2009 at the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) assisting in the follow up of projects implemented by the AGSF division (Agricultural Management, Marketing and Finance Service): urban food marketing, market information, strategies and methodologies for strengthening agricultural support systems, delivery of services and technologies for production and post-production activities.
In 2007 at the Permanent Mission of Italy at the United Nations Participation supporting to the 62nd work’s session of the Second committee of the United Nations General Assembly, in particular in the drafting of the TCPR document (Triennial Comprehensive Policy Review), to evaluate the effectiveness and efficiency of the help system in the Developing Countries.
In 2006 as volunteer at Abchildren Charity Onlus, supporting the promotion of programs and aid projects for the mitigation of the children’s hardships in the South-East India, collaborating to the activity of fund raising participating in the mission in the region of Tamil Nadu (South-East India) for the implementation of the post Tsunami reconstruction projects, microcredit and scholarship programs.