For over twenty-four years, Baastel has been offering high-quality services in a multitude areas including: Program and project management, monitoring and evaluation, results-based management, capacity building, mission and event management and logistics, as well as translation and communications. At Baastel, we are recognized for our unfailing ability to satisfy the client’s needs, whether the client is a large, public, national or international organization - such as the Canadian federal government, the European Union, the United Nations or the World Bank – or a smaller, non-governmental organization or private enterprise. Baastel’s solid team of experts delivers services that are customized to fulfill the most demanding and complex client needs and expectations, whatever the mandate. You will find more detailed information on Baastel’s areas of expertise in this section.
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92, Montcalm Street
Gatineau (Quebec) Canada J8X 2L7
Tel: +1 (819) 595-1421 - Fax: +1 (819) 595-8586
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Boulevard Adolphe Max, 55
1000 Brussels – Belgium
Tel: +32 (0) 2 893 0032
Sylvain (Bachelor of Accounting degree) has gained a vast experience in Accounting, having worked during the last 7 years as Accountant and Comptroller in private sector cabinets, as well as in the International domain. Since 2014, Sylvain is the Financial Comptroller for Baastel, under the direct supervision of Senior Management, and ensures Financial Control, Financial Planning and Financial Intelligence for Baastel. Sylvain is bilingual (French and English).
Amélie Falcon-Borduas (B.A. in International Development Studies and Women’s Studies; M.A. International Studies, Development) joined the team in Gatineau in June 2013 and has been supporting the RBM and DRM divisions in business development and project management. Prior to joining Baastel, Amélie worked in program administration for a parapublic organization in the Ottawa region and as a junior consultant in the design and implementation of conditional cash transfers in Ecuador, Suriname and Bangladesh. In 2014, Amélie accepted an opportunity to perform backstopping and social impact assessments for a private equity firm in Mongolia. She returned to Baastel in 2016. She is fluent in French and English and possesses working proficiency of Spanish.
Isalyne (Master 2 - International Economics and Development, Brussels) joined Baastel Europe team in May 2016 as Project Officer for the Environment unit. She had the opportunity to work for more than 2 years and a half at the Lunt Foundation in Brussels which aims to promote social entrepreneurship. She took part in the creation and development of the Foundation, while taking care of the projects development and monitoring. Isalyne had the opportunity to travel and work abroad; she has two main work experiences of a few months in Peru for a development NGO and in Canada in a small farm. She speaks fluent French and English and has good knowledge of Dutch and Spanish.
Karine (Bachelor in International Development and Globalization; M.Sc. in International Development and Humanitarian Action Management) joined Baastel in December 2017 as a project officer for the Environment Unit. She worked for two years in Senegal as a project management advisor, where she contributed to the elaboration of projects and programs in agriculture, in capitalization of past experiences, and in job creation. Moreover, she led capacity building workshops in project management, gender mainstreaming in projects, sustainable development, and strategic planning. She is fluent in French and English, has an intermediate knowledge of Spanish and a basic knowledge of Portuguese and Wolof.
Beholder of a Master of Political Sciences with a concentration in Development and humanitarian aid, Marylis Maréchaux joined Baastel in June 2018 in the Corporate Development Unit. As member of this team, she will contribute to the identification of consulting opportunities to meet the needs of Baastel's international customers in the field of environment, biodiversity protection and natural resources management. Marylis has previously worked in the associative field in France and Peru, particularly on the monitoring of environmental projects. She is fluent in French, Creole, English and Spanish. She also has a good level of Brazilian Portuguese.
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