PTPI Africa is a developing area of the global PTPI family. We bring together a uniquely diverse and dedicated community of volunteers, covering a truly diverse set of social issues on an amazingly resilient continent. There are 54 countries in Africa, and we hope one day to have a presence in each location.
PTPI Africa as a non-profit organization, brings together volunteers, local staff, and donors to tackle the issues facing African communities. We work in partnership with communities through our programmatic work to build a better future for all. The officers that serve the continent of Africa, our African Executive Committee (AEC or Council) are all established members living and working locally. They bring the expertise and practical experience we need to be effective change agents at a grass-roots level.
There are 54 countries in Africa today, according to the United Nations. The population of Africa is 1,332,277,026 as of Wednesday, April 1, 2020, based on the latest United Nations estimates. Africa’s population is equivalent to 16.72% of the total world population. Africa ranks number 2 among regions of the world (roughly equivalent to “continents”), ordered by population.
Below are the current presidents of chapters in Africa
Newlove Bobson Atiso, Togo (Website here)
Franklin Okello, Kenya
Elias Msoshi, Tanzania
Aisha Zdeg, Morrocco
Urbain Kapoko Sumaili, Democratic Republic of Congo
Clement Badu. Ghana Kumasi
Francis Ahle, Benin
Apiane Ndorimana, Rwanda
Patrick Yevuyibor, Acra Ghana
Demba Kandeh, The Gambia
Wesley Railey, Liberia
Nicole Fuchs, Côté d’Ivoire
Diallo Manel, Sénégal
Frank Wilson Arthur, Ho, Ghana
Our governance structure and community officers
The AEC (African Executive Committee) leads the Region and may be changed every two years through elections. They deal with programing, youth, initiatives, conferences, finances, annual report. The AEC is currently tactical in their tasks and strategic in their thinking.
AEC was formed in May 2020
Africa Executive Committee (AEC)
Chairman, Newlove Bobson Atiso: Togo
Secretary, Clinton Ikechwukwu Ezeigwe: Nigeria
Treasurer, Aysha Zdeg: Morocco
Communications, Frank Okello: Kenya
Youth Officer, Elias Msoshi: Tanzania