Fati N'Zi-Hassane, Oxfam's Africa Director

Fati N'Zi-Hassane

Oxfam's Africa Director

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Fati N'Zi-Hassane has been Oxfam's Africa Director since October 2022. Previously at the African Union Development Agency (AUDA-NEPAD) which she joined in 2016 as Chief of Staff to the Executive Secretary, Dr. Ibrahim Assane Mayaki, she subsequently held the position of Head of the Skills and Employment Programme which she supervised the creation within the same institution, before being promoted to Head of the Human Development and Institutions Division. In this last role with AUDA-NEPAD, she oversaw the Health component to the Agency’s response to the COVID-19 crises, the creation of a Gender Programme, and numerous projects aligned to Nutrition, Education and Employment continental strategic priorities. Before joining AUDA-NEPAD, Fati worked in Europe for more than ten years as a management consultant and program manager in large international groups, supporting the transformation of private and public entities. Fati holds a bachelor’s degree in Statistics with a major in Demography from the National School of Statistics and Applied Economics of Abidjan, (2002) and an MBA from ESSEC Paris (2005). She speaks French, English and Hausa. Read more

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