Dr. Fredrick Wamalwa, vice president ICMICA Africa

Dr. Fredrick Wamalwa is an economist with a PhD in Economics from the University of Cape Town, South Africa. He has interests in research and policy engagement in education, health and labour markets. He has worked with among others, institutions like the World Bank and UNHCR.

Dr Jules Yaovi WAHARE, Secretary General ICMICA Africa.

PhD in Anthropology of Change and Development from the University of Lome in Togo with a Master degree in Gender and Development from the University of Nairobi in Kenya. Dr. Jules Yaovi WAHARE,

Valentin Makongo, deputy vice president ICMICA Africa

With a degree in Organizational Communication and another degree in Political Philosophy, Valentin Makongo is in charge of Communication within Justice and Peace commission of the National Episcopal Conference of Congo (CENCO).


Paul Vinny Kabwe, youth ambassador in ICMICA Africa

Paul Vinny Kabwe, a Congolese living in the Democratic Republic of Congo. Lawyer at the Court, Assistant Professor of Education and Research at the University of Kinshasa;

Mr. LOUKOU K. Léon, National President of MIIC-ICMICA Ivory Coast, West Africa subregional coordinator

Holder of a Master 2 in Ethics and Governance, Conflict and Peace Management option, Mr. LOUKOU K. Léon, worked for several international and local organizations as a specialist in peace building programs. Today, he works as a consultant for organizations on issues related to agroforestry, multinational land grabbing of communities.

Albert Dhafana, Southern African sub-region coordinator from Zimbabwe

Albert Dhafana is a doctoral candidate in business management with Catholic University of Eastern Africa, Nairobi Kenya. Albert has a considerable experience in financial mediation, inclusion especially for marginalized people.

Alain-Bernard MONE Mabonga NKOY
National President of MIIC RD Congo, Central Africa subregional coordinator

Alain-Bernard MONE Mabonga NKOY, engaged Christian Catholic in his parish, graduated in socio-educational communication from the Catholic University of Congo, graduate in secondary education.

Our Mission

  • ICMICA in all its activities commit to:
    Promote intercultural, inter-religious and intellectual dialogue;
    Promote the protection of fundamental human rights for all, including socio-economic rights;
    Promote critical and constructive dialogue and involvement in socio-political issues through the empowerment of civil society actors and the strengthening the presence of the laity in Church & Society.