Kotati D. King
Miss. Kotati D. King is the Financial Manager charged with the financial management for RHRAP. She holds a bachelor’s degree in accounting and Business Administration from the Stella Maris Polytechnic Kotati D. King has over 7 years of experience working on NGO fund management. She has managed USAID related grants for over 3 years. Kotati managed over 300,000.00 grants from LAVI/UDAID/DAI and LPAC/USAID serving as Financial Manager for RHRAP. Kotati also has over 5 years managing European Union (EU) funding for RHRAP; and has managed over $700,000.00 USD during this period.
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Lorma Baysah holds a master’s degree in Peace Building and Conflict Transformation from the School for International Training (SIT) based in Brattleboro, Vermont, USA. He is a human rights and peace building strategist and analyst with a strong functional expertise in Civil Society coalition building, Non-profit management, leadership, and community organizing.
He has vast experience in cross-cultural and inter-communal peace building including mediation, dialogue, reconciliation, conflict analysis and prevention. Lorma has professional skills and knowledge in policy advocacy and waging nonviolent struggle. Additionally, he has an experience in implementing ethnic mitigation programs giving his contribution to the conflict transformation process of Liberia while serving as head of the Rural Human Rights Activists Programme (RHRAP). He has developed and led the implementations of several peace-building, democratization, human rights, and livelihoods programs that have immensely contributed to the fragile peace in Liberia.
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