Angelo Levi is a 48 year Mozambican. He is an agronomist and manager with over 20 years of experience in various sectors of work such as private, non-governmental organizations and foundations. During his professional career he implemented activities financed by several donors such as USAID, USDA, European Union, Norway, Ireland, DFID, Swiss Cooperation, Netherlands, Sweden among others in areas such as sustainable management of natural resources, cashew value chain and institutional development. He has a master’s degree in Local and Regional Economic Development.
Between 2006 and 2014, Angelo worked as a Consultant for KPMG- Auditors and Consultants as provincial manager in Cabo Delgado of the Initiative for Community Land project with the main mission of contributing to the development of local, rural and urban communities, based on promoting the guarantee of rights of land and other local natural resources.
From 2014 to 2017 he worked with the Aga Khan Foundation on a cashew program, which supported family and commercial farmers in increasing cashew production and marketing in the northern provinces of Mozambique (Cabo Delgado, Nampula and Zambezia).
Since December 2017, he has worked for the Gorongosa Restoration Project, having performed various functions as Director of Sustainable Development (linked to agriculture, beekeeping and agro-processing), then Interim Director of Human Development (health, education and community relations) and is currently responsible for the liaison between Gorongosa Restoration Project and provincial and district governments and also advises on land tenure and conservancies.