Souleymane Beye

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Souleymane Beye (born 1971) is a Senegalese official with the United Nations.

Beye has spent most of his life in Rome and London.[citation needed]

The first part of his career was with the World Food Programme, for which he worked in Guinea and the Sudan.

In 2005, he joined the United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA), and became head of the OCHA office in Bangui, Central African Republic, until December 2006.

In 2008 he took on the position as Humanitarian Affairs Officer with the United Nations Integrated Office in Burundi [1]

He is the son of Gora Beye, United Nations Retiree (Head, FAO. Research and Technology Development Service, Rome)[2] and author of Impact of Foreign Assistance on Institutional Development of National Agricultural Research Systems in Sub-Saharan Africa.[3]

Preceded by
n/a - new post
Head of the OCHA Office, Central African Republic
2005–2006
Succeeded by
Jean-Sebastien Munie

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