Cristina Coslet

Economist, Global Information and Early Warning System
Profile / Bio: 

Works as an Economist at the Global Information and Early Warning System of FAO since 2012. She is responsible for monitoring the food supply/demand and food security situation in Asia and the Pacific, covering a vast set of 27 countries stretching from Pakistan to Papua New Guinea. She regularly contributes to a variety of FAO’s technical reports and publications and conducts country agricultural and market assessments.

Previous work experiences include academic research at the Zuse Institute Berlin, an interdisciplinary research center for applied mathematics and data-intensive high-performing computing, where she used advanced computational skills to solve complex economic problems.


Title Date Learning Materials Topic
Sri Lanka: Crop and Food Security Assessment Mission 16 September 2022 Slides Agriculture and Natural Resources, Social Development and Protection