Henri-Alain Baniakina graduated from Universite de droit et de sciences politiques de Paris II.

He received a Master Degree in Public Administration from Columbia University, a Master in International Affairs from C.E.D.S. Paris, and a Master degree in Government from Harvard University. He is a Ph.D. candidate in sustainable development.

Henri-Alain Baniakina is fluent in Dutch, English, French, German and Spanish.

Henri-Alain Baniakina has served as general honorary consul for the Democratic Republic of the Congo to Rotterdam the Netherlands and for the Republic of Congo to the Hague. At 24 years old, he founded the S.A.F.L. with more than 500 employees.

Responding to the economic devastation caused by war in the Democratic Republic of the Congo, in 2004 he organized a conference at the Hague in the Hotel des Indes with representatives from the Netherlands and the DRC to facilitate Fair Trade agreements.

In 2005, he was an international observer for parliament election in Baku, Azerbaijan.

Since 2008, Henri-Alain Baniakina has dedicated himself to philanthropy and continued public service through the Henri-Alain Baniakina Foundation, which is focused on finding practical and measurable solutions to address pressing challenges in the Republic of Congo. He believes in human potential. Henri-Alain Baniakina lives in New York.

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