Fabrice is currently the Country Director of Action against Hunger (ACF) in Senegal since March 2015.
Graduated in Political Sciences and International Cooperation in the University of Aix en Provence and University of Paris III – Sorbonne Nouvelle, Fabrice started to work in humanitarian affairs in 2003 at the World Food Programme in Colombia, in the Operation Unit delivering food assistance to conflict-affected IDPs. When the tsunami hit the South Asia, Fabrice joined the French NGO ACF as Field Coordinator in the North East of Sri Lanka (2005-2006). There, the organisation was working on the Tsunami Response before shifting to address the needs of humanitarian crisis generated by the violent conflict between the Government of Sri Lanka and the Tamil Tigers.

After a mission in the East of Democratic Republic of Congo in 2007 with Handicap International, he joined in 2008 ACF Headquarters in Paris as Programme Officer, in charge of supporting the operations in the Asian Desk (India, Bangladesh, Nepal, Myanmar, Indonesia and Mongolia).

Three year after, Fabrice went back to the field as Deputy Country Director in Haiti in the aftermaths of the 2010 earthquake that hit the capitale Port-au-Prince and the cholera outbreak that spread over the whole country. During this time, the ACF mission was operating a strategic shift from emergency operations to long-term activities, including food security and disaster preparedness, especially for the cyclonic season.

From 2013 to 2015, Fabrice worked as Country Director for the mission of ACF in Indonesia. Based in Jakarta, he was managing the ACF operations in Indonesian Timor on nutrition security involving multisectoriality (health, agriculture, mental health, water & sanitation) and participating to two national working groups on Nutrition and on Disaster Risk Management. Contacts were linked with Papua New Guinea to develop regional approach with national and international actors to prevent and manage under-nutrition in isolated areas.

Now in Senegal, for the last year with Action against Hunger, he is particularly interested in sector coordination (Co-Leader of the National Nutrition Working Group) and on multisector programme design (integrated approach) in a context where food security and health should be combined to bring nutrition security upwards.