43% Male & 29.4% Female
School leaders trained: 502 | Teachers trained: 445
*Cumulative impact of September 30, 2018
EDIFY TEAM IN BURKINA FASO
and Training Officer
David Kabre is a Christian Transformation and Training Officer in Burkina Faso. He has also worked with international Christian organizations like Navigators and Compassion International (BF).
David has a history of working with schools and teachers and loves education. He is actively involved in evangelism through his church.
Ismaël K. Tiemtore,
Technology Support Officer
Ismaël K. Tiemtore started his career in 2001 with DIACFA High Tech as a computer technician, a company specializing in networking, computer maintenance, and computer hardware sales. From 2009-2014 he won many short-term contracts with UNICEF and Burkina Faso’s Administration and Information Technology Department where he was responsible for software installation, maintenance, and computer hardware inventory. In 2015, he participated in the installation and the maintenance of computer labs at Edify partner schools as a contractor before joining the Edify Team full time in August 2017.
Ismaël obtained his University Diploma in Technology (Diplome Universitaire de Technologie), Higher National Diploma (Brevet de Technicien Supérieure) and
Ismaël has worked with the youth at his church teaching Sunday school and at children’s camps.
Dramane Ouedraogo, Burkina Faso Country Director
Dramane joined Edify in 2018 as the Burkina Faso Program Director after recently graduating with an M.A. in International and Comparative Education from Columbia University. Prior to his enrollment at Columbia, he was an ESL instructor of junior and senior high schools, as well as at the American Language Center for the Public Diplomacy office of the U.S. Embassy in Ouagadougou. He also served as the Academic and Access Microscholarship Program Coordinator for the Embassy.
Before his work at the embassy, Dramane was Principal of junior and senior high schools, most notably working to embed multicultural curriculums between his school in Ouagadougou and Hamilton College in Scotland. He has also worked as a freelance interpreter and translator.
Dramane also holds an M.A. in Foreign Civilization from the University of Ouagadougou.
Dramane converted to Christianity from Islam in 9th grade and has since led his family to Christ.