In-Profile – Angela Sima, Romanian Agency for International Development (RoAid)

For the 52nd edition of the DeLoG Newsletter we had the pleasure to interview Angela Sima from RoAid, the Romanian Agency for International Development Cooperation. In her interview, she provides us with insights into Romanian Development Cooperation, an overview of RoAid’s work in this context and the organisation’s interest in joining the DeLoG Network.


Since 2018 Angela Sima has been working as an advisor in RoAid’s Programmes Department. She is currently in charge of the organisation’s OECD-DAC relationship and fills the role of RoAid focal point for various international networks like the Practitioners' Network for European Development Cooperation or the DeLoG Network. She has a lot of experience in working with civil society organisations, project management and implementation of development projects. She is a graduate of the Management Faculty of the Academy of Economic Studies of Bucharest.

In her interview she shares her thoughts on becoming the 43rd member of DeLoG and explains how RoAid’s work relates to the goals and activities of the Network. She discusses the role decentralisation and local governance play for her work, Romania’s development strategy and how the organisation is invoved in its implementation.

To read the full interview, please click here.