Yolande Sandoua is Assistant to the President of Faculté de Théologie Évangélique de Bangui (FATEB) and Communication Officer. She is currently a PhD Student in theology at FATEB. She holds three masters degrees, including an MA in English (American Civilization), an MA in Theology and Mission, and an MTh in African Christianity from the Akrofi-Christaller Institute in Ghana.
Yolande Sandoua met regularly as part of the ALS leadership team, provided input on all phases of research and analysis, and helped administer a team of student researchers administering surveys in the Central African Republic. She conducted interviews and wrote up reports on Christian leaders and Christian organizations in the Central African Republic. She carried out additional follow-up interviews looking at the consequences of violent conflict on Christian ministries. She co-wrote the chapter “Leadership Responses During Armed Conflict.”
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