Joyce Mdachi

Ms. Mdachi is the GNRC Tanzania Coordinator. She has more than 20 years of experience in working with children, including the most vulnerable children at Dogodogo Centre as head of its education department. She has spent the last 13 years working for GNRC empowering young ones on their rights and promoting ethics education to create […]

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Sheikh. Ramadhan Aula

Sh. Ramadhan is the GNRC Kenya Coordinator. He is also the Director of the Center for Sustainable Conflict Resolution, also known as the Peace Center. He is an experienced “preventing and countering violent extremism” (PCVE) practitioner and trainer in Kenya. His work includes the Horn of Africa youth trainings on effective use of the media

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Tracy Memusi

Ms. Memusi supports the GNRC’s Communications Department and the Communication Manager in ensuring that the GNRC Secretariat communicates effectively with the Network through continuous engagement and information sharing on social media. Ms. Memusi graduated from Strathmore University’s School of Humanities and Social Sciences with a Bachelor of Arts degree in International Studies. She previously worked

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Halima Wanjiku

Ms. Wanjiku, based at Arigatou International- Nairobi, serves as the GNRC’s Network Admin Assistant while supporting the communication desk and End Child Poverty. She has a B.A in Gender and Development Studies from Kenyatta University. Previously, Ms. Wanjiku worked as an intern in the State Department for Gender under Kenya’s Ministry of Public Service, Gender,

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Humphrey Macharia

Mr. Macharia is a Programs Officer at GNRC, based in Nairobi. His special interest is sustainable development for developing countries. He has vast experience in multi-faith-based programming and collaboration and has worked with community, regional and global programs that integrate faith-based approaches and innovations in building collective resilience of faith communities in response to humanitarian

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Stacy Ndungu

Ms. Ndungu is GNRC’s Communications Manager and is based in Nairobi. She previously worked as a communications consultant for the Interfaith Initiative to End Child Poverty as the Lead Contact Person for its Gender-Based Violence (GBV) Prevention, Reduction, and Elimination program. There, she led youth in advocacy work against GBV with the aim of influencing

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Abdulswamad Alawi

Mr. Alawi is the Administrative Assistant at Arigatou International – Nairobi. He previously worked for the National Muslim Leaders Forum, Nafisa Alibhai &Co, and interned at The African Council of Religious Leaders, before joining DNC Stationers Company as the Head of its Sales Department. Mr. Alawi has a diploma in business and ICT from the

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Yasin Lokaale

Mr. Lokaale is the accountant at Arigatou International – Nairobi. A qualified Certified Public Accountant (CPA), Mr. Lokaale works to ensure an efficient, effective, reliable, and transparent financial system. He previously worked for Lodwar Stationery Haven & Computer Services as the IT support and accounts assistant. He also worked as an auditor for Khalid &

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María José Ananias

Ms. Ananias is the current GNRC Coordinator for the LAC region. She is Chilean and resides in Santiago de Chile. Previously, she served as the coordinator of the National Interreligious Committee of the GNRC in Chile, representing the Chilean Association for Interreligious Dialogue (ADIR). In addition to coordinating GNRC LAC, she is also coordinating an

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Florence Omtokoh

Ms. Omtokoh is the Executive Secretary at Arigatou International – Nairobi. She previously worked for Shelter Afrique; a pan-African housing financing institution based in Nairobi. She also worked at the African Council of Religious Leaders-Religions for Peace (ACRL-RfP) serving in various capacities. She has a strong background in office administration and management with a creative

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