Namho is a research fellow in the Environment, Rural Development and Risk Management Division of Inter-American Development Bank. His work involves impact evaluation of agricultural projects of IDB including livestock provision and technical assistance project in Nicaragua, and soil conservation project in Paraguay. Between 2008 and 2010 Namho worked for Korea International Cooperation Agency based in Paraguay designing and implementing a rural development project promoting vegetable production. He worked as a graduate student researcher at Horticulture Innovation Lab at University of California, Davis, between 2014 and 2015. He worked in the private sector as well as a co-founder of start-up company, Korea Gapyear, Ltd and contributed to develop a successful business model and introduced Gap-year culture to South Korea for the first time. Namho holds two master degrees, one in agricultural and resource economics and international agricultural development from University of California, Davis. His undergraduate degree was agricultural education.
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