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ASSISTANT SECRETARY GENERAL – MACROECONOMICS, DEVELOPMENT FINACE AND INTRA-ACP PROGRAMMING

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Mr. Henrique Alberto Banze has served as a Deputy Minister for more than 15 years in two of the key ministries in the Government of Mozambique, namely the Ministry of National Defense (2000-2004) as well as the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Cooperation (2005-2015).
 
As Deputy Minister for Foreign Affairs and Cooperation he was responsible for ACP matters and Mozambique-EU cooperation, making significant contributions in implementing projects under the 8th European Development Fund (EDF) and playing a lead role in planning and programming the 9th, 10th, and 11th EDF. He was also designated as the National Authorising Officer (NAO) of the EDF, and engaged at various levels with UN Agencies in managing development cooperation with partners in North and South America.
 
Mr. Banze has contributed substantially to the national development strategies of Mozambique, serving on key ministerial commissions overlooking infrastructure and the implementation of strategic programmes with medium and long-term impacts on the country. He helped to draft three 5-year Government Programmes (2000-2014), the Mozambique poverty reduction strategy, and the Economic and Social Plans. 
 
Mr. Banze is an accountant by profession but has also served in the military as an air force pilot for 17 years. He holds a Master’s degree in Peace and Development Studies from the Gothenburg University of Sweden. Along with three Mozambican languages, he is fluent in Portuguese, English, Russian, French, and has basic knowledge of Spanish.
 
Mr. Banze assumes office in May 2015.
 


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