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Pastor Emmanuel J.K Yillah

A fundraiser by Nework For Wanword NGoo
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Emmanuel has Diploma in Theology, BA in Theology from the "West Africa Advanced School of Theology" Togo Lome. In the year 2011 he attended the "Graduate School of Chinese Social Science" (GSCASS) Beijing China, where he study Social Economic Development" for Africa Countries. He work as a Pastor and Human Activist. While working as a Pastor He developed the passion to help people. He establish his own Non-profit Organization call "Network For Wanword" and later worked with a lot of NGO'S such as Council of Churches, Red Cross Society, and other profit enterprise such as "Commodity For Agricultural Enterprise" which he later transformed as partly non-profit. He is well Known in the northern part of Sierra Leone for his passion to unite the body of Christ through his program call "ecumenism" . After the ten year civil war in Sierra Leone he help in facilitate the concept of Democracy, Free and fair election, under the umbrella of " Peace and Reconciliation" program, in which he was award a certificate of merit by the Council of Church in Sierra Leone (CCSL). As his passion increases, he later traveled to the United State of America and study "Conflict" at the Eastern Mennonite University. VA, in-order to increase his knowledge in handling Post Conflict issues, such as Trauma, Resilience, Restorative Justice, which are now eating the nation of Sierra Leone. Emmanuel has passion for Youths, Children, Disables, and the fight against Female Genital Mutilation (FGM).

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