SGAC Announces the new NPoCs for the first half of 2019!

SGAC is pleased to announce the appointments of the new NPoCs for the first half of 2019.

Africa

Zimbabwe: Ruvimbo Samanga

Mauritius: Baboo Narottamsing Ramdour

Côte d’Ivoire :Kouassi Koffi & Amoin Koffi

Lesotho: Tieho Mochebelele

Rwanda: Abdou Safari Kagabo 

Madagascar: Felaniaina Lantovololona

Europe

Serbia: Anja Nakarada

United Kingdome: Heejeong Vicky Jeong 

Ireland: Reuben Cruise 

Italy: Aureliano Rivolta

Bulgaria: Venelin Radev

Norway: Rannveig Marie Færgestad & Mari Eldholm

Greece: Athanasios Mourampetzis

Ukraine: Stanislav Tsyhichk 

Middle-East

Egypt: Hoda El-Megharbel

Yemen: Suhail Alsalehi

Kuwait: Bader Al Moulah

Iran: Mohaddese Daryabar & Vahid Rezapour 

Saudi Arabia: Ghaida Aloumi

Turkey: Beste Ilke Sahin & Neda Senturk

NCAC

Canada: Danny Bednar

Costa Rica: Sebastián Herrera Sánchez 

Mexico: Genaro Grajeda 

South-America

Ecuador: Frida Caballero 

Brazil: Caroline Colbert

Colombia: Hernán Mateus Jiménez & Samuel Cadavid Palacios

Bolivia: Ludving Adolfo Cano Fernandez 

 

 

Africa

Burundi: Louis Pasteur Nizigiyimana

Bostwana: Joseph Balamazze Kiyini

Uganda: Natasha Moleele

Asia-Pacific

Afghanistan: Bilal Hakimyar

Australia: Gregory Hunter

Bhutan: Dawa Lodey

Vietnam: Ha-Ninh Nguyen

Europe

Czech Republic: Jakub Brož

France: Guillaume Thirion

Hungary: András Illyés

Slovakia: Matej Poliacek

Switzerland: Valerie Koller

United Kingdom: Zoe Townsend

Middle-East

Jordan: Issa Hamze

Palestine: Zaid Abouqamar

UAE: Sahith Reddy Madara

NCAC:

Costa Rica: Gustavo Fonseca Naranjo

Jamaica: Dominique Campbell

Nicaragua: Roxy – Saira Williams

Panama: Angel Arcia

South-America:

Argentina: Santiago Henn

Bolivia: Gabriel Jaimes Illanes

Chile: Isidora Casas Del Valle

Paraguay: José Sebastián Núñez Zena  and Jose Medina