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Albert Kisimba Lumbwe

Albert Kisimba Lumbwe since 1994, has been an active member of A.J.E.C. (Association of Young and Students Christians) and in this capacity has been Permanent Secretary, Leader of young students, and General Secretary of this Association respectively. During two years, 2001-2003, he presided over Non-Governmental Organizations (28 HRNGO) for Human Rights in Katanga Province, DRC, and is a co-founder member of the National Network of Human Rights NGOs of DRC (known as RENADHOC). Since 2002, he is a Board member of World Forum of Civil Society. From 2004-2011, he was elected by the civil society to lead elections for ending the crisis within the Independent Electoral Commission (IEC-DRC), as Coordinator for Katanga Province. Then in 2011, he was promoted Deputy Head of Staff in charge of Operations and Elections at the Office of National Rapporteur within the Independent National Electoral Commission before being promoted as Director of Projects and Partnership. He is currently Electoral Expert Consultant at PAPEM (Electoral Process Support Project) in MALI, UNDP Project.

Theodomir Niyonsenga


Niyonsenga has a BBA and MBA in accounting and finance and between May 2010 and October 2013 was the Director General of corporate services for the senate of the parliament of Rwanda. In October 2013, he became a member of parliament and was on the public accounts committee in charge of monitoring the utilization of public funds and property.


Kapepo Shali Dama Omwene

Shali joined SCM in 1993 at a very tender age because he felt he needed to be part of the movement that discuss issues about the youth and on the same time do bible studies. He has grow Up in the files and ranks of the movement form ordinary Member to the Position of the Secretary General of the SCM of Namibia. Shali is the SCM of Namibia Secretary General, responsible of implementation of all the AGM decision and ensuring of the running of the movement in the country and is responsible for the implementations the Strategies, programmes of the movement. .

World Executive Committee Member

Lydia Nabunya Barbra

Lydia Nabunya joined the SCM Uganda in 2002 when she joined Makerere University. Through the SC she was elected as an executive member for the ladies group in St. Paul’s Cathedral Namirembe. Lydia was able to represent the SCM in the ARC of WSCF Africa in 2006 in Dar-es-Salaam, Tanzania and also represented SCM Uganda in 2008 in Nairobi, Kenya WSCF ARC – Africa Region. At this forum she was elected as a Proxy to the Exco for one of the Executive members Denise. She also represented SCM Uganda in the WSCF General Assembly in 2008 in Montreal Canada and in 2012 she was chosen by The Province of the Church of Uganda to represent the youth to the interfaith Youth Network of inter-religious Council of Uganda. During the WSCF ARC – Africa region 2013 meeting held in Kampala Uganda, she was elected by the ARC to represent Africa region on the WSCF Executive Committee. Lydia works around children and youth who are of school going age and the emphasis is to ensure they have been educated, skilled and are confident youth who are able to defend themselves amidst all challenges.

Proxy World Executive Committee Member

Ms. Isatu Ville

Isatu Ville is the Chairperson of the National Student Christian Council, the Student Christian Movement of Liberia. She has been working with the Council since 2003 and represented the Episcopal Church of Liberia (ECL) as a Permanent Representative (PR). Isatu has been serving as Lay Reader in her local Church since 2012 and in several other committees and actively advises the local church youth and is a member of the Advisory Council of Youth Council of the Episcopal Church of Liberia..

Proxy World Executive Committee Member

Edgar Munatsi

Edgar Munatsi from Chivhu in Zimbabwe is a student doctor (MBChB student) at the University Of Zimbabwe College Of Health Sciences, currently in his fourth year. He is dedicated to playing his part within the medical fraternity to save lives and a make a difference. He joined Student Christian Movement of Zimbabwe in 2003 and is a proxy Executive Committee member of World Student Christian Federation Africa Region making and presenting Regional Reports to the World Executive Committee, reporting the World Executive Committee decisions to the region and chairing the financial committee at a regional level are some of my duties..
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