Volunteers/Trainers

CoSAP volunteers, training team and FSTs

Mr. Lemawork Dekiso is serving as CoSAP’s pool of trainers and Federation Strengthening Team (FST) for the SHG approach. He works on SHGA since 2010. He has rich experience in facilitating SHG, CLA and Federation concept trainings. Currently he works full time for PIN but helps CoSAP to expand its capacity building initiatives. Lemawork is fluent and facilitate training in Amharic and Afaan Oromo languages.

Ms. Hewan Demisse is a member of CoSAP’s pool of trainers and Federation Strengthening Team (FST) for the SHG approach. She works on SHG approach since 2012. She has rich experience in facilitating SHG, CLA and Federation concept trainings.

Mrs. Kidest Shiferaw is serving in CoSAP’s trainers’ team for the SHG approach. She has grassroots experience of working as SHG project officer 2015 and since then facilitates SHG and CLA concept trainings in Afaan Oromo and Amharic languages.

Mr. Elias Wogayehu is serving as CoSAP’s pool of trainers for the SHG approach. He works on SHGA since 2003. He has rich experience in facilitating SHG and CLA concept trainings. Currently Elias works with government office but is helping CoSAP with various capacity building initiatives.

Mr. Adugna Haji is a project officer of CoSAP member organization (ADAA). He works on SHGA since 2013. He has rich experience in facilitating SHG, CLA and Federation concept trainings. Currently he works full time for ADAA but helps CoSAP to expand its capacity building initiatives. Adugna Haji is fluent speaker and facilaite trainings in Afaan Oromo.

 

Mrs. Nohamin Addis was added in CoSAP’s pool of trainers and Federation Strengthening Team (FST) for the SHG approach in 2018 though she worked with SHGs since 2009. She has rich experience in facilitating SHG, CLA and Federation concept trainings. Currently she works full time for MCDP but helps CoSAP with its capacity building initiatives.

Ms. Mariah Omer is a volunteer in CoSAP for facilitating trainings for SHG women on rights based approach, lobby and advocacy skills. She has rich experience in facilitating trainings on Ethiopia’s legal code, GBV and lobby and advocacy skills. Currently she is affiliated with Ethiopian Women Lawyers Association (EWLA), with which CoSAP has affiliation.

 

Ms. Christine Yohannnes is an Ethiopia national but currently lives in London. Ms. Christine is full time BBC news staff. She volunteered to help CoSAP with in media, culture, arts and liaise with international donors.

 

Ms. Meti Dereje used to work for CoSAP. Ms. Meti is fundraising expert and volunteer to support CoSAP in developing grant proposals to solicit funding from donors. She currently works for Plan International Africa Union Liaison Office.

 

Mrs. Eleni Misganaw used to work for CoSAP at the capacity of Program Coordinator. Eleni is a volunteer for CoSAP in editing, proofreading and preparation of training materials and other organizational contents. Mrs. Eleni is an honorable member of CoSAP general assembly.

 

Mr. Berhanu Tadesse was a project coordinator of CoSAP. After leaving the organization, he is still involved with CoSAP in translating and preparation of training materials into Afaan Oromo language. Mr. Berhanu is an honorable member of CoSAP general assembly.