Danmission is sending new development adviser to Madagascar

Danmission is sending new development adviser to Madagascar

Agyedho Othwonh Bwogo who has twenty years’ experience in humanitarian and development work is travelling to the world's fourth largest island as Danmission’s new envoy.

54-year-old Agyedho Othwonh Bwogo is Danmission’s new development adviser who will be taking care of Danmission’s poverty reduction work in Madagascar.

Since 1978 Danmission has been engaged with different activities on the large island which is located in the Indian Ocean 400 kilometres east of Africa’s coast. Today Danmission is working with church development, poverty reduction and dialogue to strengthen the country, which is one of the world’s poorest and where three out of four families are living in poverty.


Agyedho Othwonh Bwogo will be responsible for developing Danmission’s poverty reduction work and supervising and monitoring projects and budgets as well as working with capacity building and advisory services. She will be working closely a long side with Danmission’s partner, the Malagasy Lutheran Church (FLM) and other partners.

Agyedho Othwonh Bwogo who is originally from southern Sudan has been living in Denmark for several years. She has a bachelor’s degree in agricultural science and a master’s degree in business administration. She has been working for Danish Church Aid in both Denmark and in South Sudan and served for five years as a consultant and adviser for the World Council of Churches in Geneva. She has also been a guest lecturer at the Technical University of Denmark (DTU), University of Southern Denmark and Copenhagen Business Academy (KEA), Management.

The newly hired development adviser is looking forward to move to Madagascar and beginning a new chapter of life.

“I am looking forward to contributing with my experience and my interest in working with anti-poverty projects, based on Christian values. And I am also looking forward to getting to know a new country and helping to achieve good results”, says Agyedho Othwonh Bwogo who is moving to the capital Antananarivo in February.