Victorien Millogo

Field Program Director

Victorien Millogo was born in Konkourona, Burkina Faso and is Dr. Jules Millogo's brother. Unlike Jules, Catherine and Gail, Victorien currently lives in Konkourona and is overseeing development projects to ensure they are successful.

Victorien Millogo

Director

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Mami Siara Na de Konkourona

The Association Mami Siara Na de Konkourona (Association for the Wellbeing of Konkourona), or MSN, is legally recognized by the government of Burkina Faso as a tax-exempt charitable organization.  MSN was set up to make decisions about development projects needed and mobilize the community to support those projects.  It is led by Father Siméon, a Catholic priest in the region, and by Victorien Millogo, KAFO's Field Program Director, and it has over 400 members.  Members provide labor for construction projects and ensure community support for improvement of education, healthcare, water and sanitation.  MSN will be responsible for maintaining community buildings and programs, such as the Konkourona Primary School, the Primary Health Center (PHC), the water system for the PHC, the latrines, and more.

Irène Millogo

Consultant

Irène Millogo was born in Konkourona, Burkina Faso, and is the first woman from the village to complete college. She is serving as a volunteer for KAFO, connecting fund raising operations in the United States with the needs of the people in Konkourona.

Irène Millogo

Daniel Serge

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Daniel Serge was born in Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso and moved to America as a young child. He attended university and graduated with a bachelor’s in marketing. He now works in IT and personal fitness. After volunteering in Burkina Faso in 2019, Daniel became passionate about helping the people of his birth home. He joined KAFO to make a difference.

Daniel Serge