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Dr. Clement M. Aapengnuo



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P.O. Box 86

Annandale, Virginia 22003

United States

Company Description

72africa creates sustainable, stable environments in targeted areas of Africa, in order to decrease the amount of poverty, while increasing economic growth. ... more

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Employment History


Center for Conflict Transformation and Peace Studies

Associate Pastor

Pastoral Ministry, St. Charles Church

PhD Candidate

George Mason University


Georgetown University


Peace Committee

Satellite Peace Building Centers Committee


Institute of Conflict Analysis and Resolution

St. Charles Borromeo High School

St. Victor Seminary

Bachelors/Masters degree

Social Communications

Pontifical Salesian University


Conflict Analysis and Resolution

George Mason University

doctoral degree

Conflict Analysis and Resolution

George Mason University

masters thesis

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Rev. Dr. Clement Mweyang Aapengnuo

Rev. Dr. Clement Mweyang Aapengnuo
PRESIDENT, 72 Africa
Rev. Dr. Clement Mweyang Aapengnuo is the co-founder of 72 Africa, serving as its President and head of African Operations. He holds a PhD in Conflict Analysis and Resolution from George Mason University, Virginia, U.S.A., a Bachelors/Masters degree in Social Communications from the Pontifical Salesian University in Rome, and a Certificate in Public Administration from Ghana Institute for Management and Public Administration (GIMPA), Accra, Ghana. Fr. Aapengnuo taught Catholic Peacemaking at Georgetown University, U.S.A. He is the founding Director of the Center for Conflict Transformation and Peace Studies (CECOTAPS) in Damongo, Ghana, a leading center of conflict transformation since 2000, and the focal point for 72 Africa's operations. He was also a founding member and former board chairman of the West African Network for Peace building (WANEP)-Ghana.
He has consulted for the Catholic Bishop's Conference in Ghana, UNDP in Ghana, WANEP-Ghana and the Regional and District Administrations in the three northern regions of Ghana on conflict analysis and resolution. He has also designed conflict sensitive interventions and projects for development agencies working in post conflict zones. Of significant note, Rev. Aapengnuo was instrumental in creating the structure and support for a legislated National Peace Council, the only such legislated entity in Africa.

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72 Africa co-founder and President, Rev. Dr. Clement M. Aapengnuo, has been throughout the Northern Region working with community and local government leaders to help identify issues and areas of conflict.. Specifically in his interaction with the regional peace council, conversations around the need for dialogue involving various groups has been raised, including the need for interaction of both community and religious components in the region. Through these conversations, the idea of an inter-faith peace summit emerged.

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Clement M. Aapengnuo President, 72 Africa

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Rev. Dr. Clement Mweyang Aapengnuo, President

72Africa | Our History [cached]

This project, envisioned by the Right Reverend Phillip Naameh, currently the Archbishop of Tamale, and created by 72 Africa's co-founder and President, Reverend Doctor Clement M. Aapengnuo, was created through the auspices of the Catholic Diocese of Damongo and the Ghana Program of the Catholic Relief Services and was designed to create awareness of the causes of conflicts as well as to promote peaceful coexistence among the people of Northern Ghana.

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