Staff of FECCIWA

Rev. Dr. Tolbert Thomas JALLAH Jr.
Secretary General

 

Tolbert Jallah holds a Master’s Degree in Peace & Governance from the Africa University in Zimbabwe. He also holds a Bachelor Degree in Theology from the Gbarngba School of Theology in Monrovia, Liberia. Before being elected Secretary General of FECCIWA in June 2008, he served as the Director in the Office of Governmental Affairs / Good Governance Commission of the Liberian Council of Churches. While in Liberia he served as lecturer at the United Methodist University and in the Kofi Annan Institute for Conflict Transformation at the University of Liberia. He also served as a pastor in the Lutheran Church in Liberia.

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Cherif AMEGAN
Finance & Administrative Officer

 

Cherif a musician and member of the Great Commission Church International of Togo, holds a Bachelor Degree in Accounting and Financial Audit from the University of Lomé (UL) from 2006-2013. He also holds a three months short term certificate in Project Management and Development course from Solidarity Development based in Lomé, Togo.

Before joining FECCIWA Secretariat as Finance and Administrative Officer, he served as a volunteer for five years at Children Development Center la Manifestation and also taught Accounting and Management at Polytechnic in Adidogomé, Lomé.

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Patrick Kwesi ANSON-ANOMAH
Program Officer

   

Patrick, a Ghanaian multilingual, finished his studies in Christian Social Communication and Development at the Pontifical University of St. Patrick's College in Maynooth, Ireland from 2000-2001. Patrick holds a Diploma in Italian culture and language from Università di stranieri of Perugia in Italy from 2008-2009, and a Diploma in French language and culture of the Catholic University of Paris in France 1992-1993.

Before joining FECCIWA as the Program and Advocacy Assistant, Patrick served as a National Coordinator for Verbocom Media in Accra, Ghana for a period of one year. Patrick, a former English teacher at the Technical & Commercial Institute “Assomption” of Sokodé, also served as Program Officer and Head of Monitoring & Evaluation in the NGO Support Program for Women and the Disinherited Childhood (PAFED) based in Sokodé, Togo for a period of seven years.

Patrick, an independent consultant and member of the Catholic Church has contributed much to build advocacy skills and programs for the rights of women and children in Togo.

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Yves KINANGWA
Advocacy officer

 

  Yves is from Lubumbashi in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), where he is an active member of the Jerusalem United Methodist Church in the South Congo Annual Conference. He holds a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Environmental Studies from Africa University, the United Methodist-Related Institution in Zimbabwe. He served as student ambassador while at the university and worked in the agricultural sector immediately prior to enrollment at Africa University.

Yves Kinangwa is a Global Mission Fellow of the United Methodist General Board of Global Ministries, seconded fulltime staff to FECCIWA with a two-year term of service. He was commissioned in August 2015 as a missionary.

Yves is serving as a Food and Climate Change Advocacy Officer with the Fellowship of Christian Councils and Churches in West Africa, based in Lomé, Togo.

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 Adzovi Fanuela AGBETY-TSOTOKPEWU
Administrative Assistant

 

Fanuela is a member of the Evangelical Presbyterian Church of Togo (EEPT) and member of the Church choir.

Fanuela obtained a Higher National Diploma (BTS) in Corporate Communication from the Institute of Management and Development (ISMAD) in Lomé and has a Diploma in Secretarial Services (Series G1) from Larousse, Kpalimé.

She served as a temporary secretary to the Accounts and Control Service of the Electrical Company of Togo. She served as a Customer Advisor at MOOV, a mobile telephony company, Lome-Togo and as Executive Assistant to the International Society of Commercial Promotion (SIPROCOM Sarl) Lomé - Togo for two years. Fanuela joined FECCIWA as Administrative Assistant in October 2015.

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 Pascal Doete M. SEWA
Communication Assistant

 

Pascal holds a Maitrise in Sociology, with option in Politics and Communication, from the Faculty of Arts and Humanities (FLESH) of the University of Lomé. After his academic studies, he built himself a solid background through his professional experiences gained during his internships and consultations. Before joining the FECCIWA Staff, he served, among others, at “Groupe de Presse LIBERTE” as analyst and editor for two years; at the United Nations Regional Centre for Peace and Disarmament in Africa (UNREC) as an Intern Communication and IT Assistant for six months; and at Insurance Group “Ogar” as Consultant in Communication and Public Relations for one and a half year. Pascal is Catholic, member and Chairman of “Comitium” of the Legion of Mary, a Catholic Christian association.

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 Sika EKOUHOHO
Intern

  

Agronomist, Sika EKOUHOHO has 10 years of working experience in professional training, welfare and business sectors. She worked for SOS Villages d’Enfants TOGO for the implementation of the project “Agricultural Training Institute Hermann Gmeiner”.  She has had a contract with Fondation SOIF “Support to Orphans and Women Initiatives”; ROFAF “Femine organizations network in Francophone Africa”, U35 “Union of small and medium enterprises and industries in Togo and AGBANGA KARITE ALAFFIA, a company specialised in Fair Trade. She joined FECCIWA in October 2016 as an Intern for four (04) months assigned to the Advocacy Department. Mme Sika EKOUHOHO is married, and she is a member of Catholic Church of Togo. 

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Vinyo Adjo AMOU-LETOU
Office Assistant

  Vinyo serves as Office Assistant to FECCIWA since 2012. She studied at the University of Lome and obtained Bachelor Degree in Linguistics and Arts with emphasis in English and American Literature. She completed her “O” Level from the Collège Protestant (Grammar School) in Kpalime, Togo, where she received diploma in Letters (English, French and German) and Arts (Serie A4).

Vinyo is a member of the Presbyterian Church of Togo and member of the Church choir.

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