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RESTORING YOUR ARICA

About Us

THE WEST AFRICA REGIONAL CENTER FOR PARTNERSHIP IN DEVELOPMENT

The UMC Liberia and The UMC Sierra Leone signed a partnership agreement with the United Methodist Church of Norway on Wednesday, February 13, 2013 at The United Methodist Church Central Office in Monrovia, Liberia. The intent of the partnership is to establish a United Methodist Church Regional Center (UMCRCC) in West Africa (now known as The West Africa Regional Center (WARC) for Partnership in Development).

WORKING TOGETHER

We are working together for a stronger Africa and a stronger United Methodist Church. It is our goal to provide you with leadership that is promising and accountable.

The committees organized by this organization cover the areas of Sierra Leon, Norway, and Liberia.

PROJECT BACKGROUND DETAILS

The UMC Liberia and The UMC Sierra Leone signed a partnership agreement with the United Methodist Church of Norway on Wednesday, February 13, 2013 at The United Methodist Church Central Office in Monrovia, Liberia. The intent of the partnership is to establish a United Methodist Church Regional Center (UMCRCC) in West Africa (now known as The West Africa Regional Center (WARC) for Partnership in Development). The three institutions were represented by Bishop John G. Innis, UMC Liberia; Bishop John K. Yambasu, UMC Sierra Leone; and Rev. Tove Odland, UMC Norway and General Secretary of the Board of Global Ministry in Norway (Metodistkirkens Misjonsselskap). The three church leaders are charged with the responsibility to provide steering leadership for the center.

This Regional Center (WARC) serves as the core entity which connects the parties and provides practical diaconal assistance to needy communities. It also engages in academic research, training, and the promotion of best practices among partners, as well as others who are interested in the services provided by the West Africa Regional Center (WARC) for Partnership in Development). As part of its mandate, the West Africa Regional Center for Partnership in Development shall also establish relationships with academic institutions such as the United Methodist University in Monrovia, The United Methodist University in Freetown, and with relevant academic institutions in Norway as well as institutions in other parts of the world.

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To establish a HUB of Excellence in West Africa that will serve as a valuable source of research and training around the concept of PID:

Communities will be empowered, trained, and will develop capacity for sustainable accelerated programs.

CORE VALUES

  • Dedication to improving lives

  • Research production and sharing

  • Productive partnership and community participation

  • Accountability, transparency and community integrity

  • Gender equality and social inclusion

  • Teamwork and diversity

OUR MISSION

  • Enhancing regional competence around the concept of Partnership in Development

  • Furthering the development of PID concept;

  • Promoting academic research through partnership with higher institutions of learning;

  • Championing best practices in community development;

OUR VISION

  • To establish a HUB of Excellence in West Africa that will serve as a valuable source of research and training around the concept of PID:

  • Communities will be empowered, trained, and will develop capacity for sustainable accelerated programs.

Meet The Team

 

D. Siaffa Dennis Morris,

Regional Research Coordinator

West Africa Regional Center

Tel: 011-231-777-715-279

md.siaffa@yahoo.com

 

Emma Okai Wleh,

Director

Codevpro-Liberia, West Africa

Tel:011-231-775-567-783

ebodcs2@gmail.com

 

Smart  Senesie

Director

Sierra Leone Program, Sierra Leone, West Africa

smartsenesie@gmail.com

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​​Call Us:

+231-777-715-279

+231-880-013-492

​Find Us:

United Methodist Headquarters/Compound

12th & 13th Streets, Tubman Boulevard, Sinkor

Monrovia - Liberia.

West Africa Regional Center (WARC)

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info@warcpid.com