Contact person for projects in Senegal and Mauritania. He regularly visits the projects, reports, carries out financial transactions, purchases materials for projects, keeps in touch with other Silent Work people about progress and problems. When Wiljo Woodi resides in Africa, he interpretes at meetings for projects in African languages (a.o. Wolof and Jola).
Amadou Ditjani Guissee
Adviser and coordinator of the large water projects in the Futa region in Mauritania. He maintains contact with the village committees about the management of the water facilities, is responsible for the finances and reports. He also maintains contact with local and regional authorities.
Coordinator of other water projects in Mauritania.
Contact person for the (ex-) slave-villages in the Sahara. He regularly visits the projects, researches applications and supervises people in need of medical care and reports.
Director of Maison des Sourds, a vocational training for deaf young people. In addition, he coordinates contacts with the seven schools for deaf children in Mauritania and the two schools for deaf children in Senegal. Is information coordinator for parents of deaf children.
Coordinator and financial manager of Silent Work projects for the deaf. Psychology teacher for the training of teachers in deaf education. Psychology teacher of medical students.
Manages an ICT center for students, girls and women in Sokone (Senegal). She is also an advocate for better, equal conditions for women.
Manages an ICT center in Touba Couta (Senegal) and a boutique with art and craft products manufactured in various African countries. In addition, he maintains Silent Work’s computer network in West-Africa.
President of the women’s association of Pulli Fulbe and Tjiiënt (Senegal). She is founder and supervisor of the activity center in the Fass Boye region.
Catholic priest in Mushubati (Rwanda) and founder of Komera, the family houses and classrooms started by Silent Work for a learning / work project for deaf and / or mentally handicapped children. Acts as an interpreter for Wiljo Woodi (French, English, Kinyarwanda).
John Paul Rutakisha
Catholic priest in Busasamana (Rwanda) and participated in projects in the Gisenyi Rwanda region. He now also acts as an interpreter for Wiljo Woodi.
There is a growing number of employees in Mauritania and Senegal working for projects of Silent Work in the field of hydrology, agriculture, special education and in construction.