New Officers at E-quip Africa

The latest news from E-quip Africa is the election of officers at the 2019 annual meeting when Kenneth Wutoh was chosen as president! Kenneth (Kofi) holds a doctorate degree in Physical Therapy (PT) which he earned in the USA; he was born and raised in Kpando, Volta Region, Ghana. He and his wife Amanda and two children live in Minneapolis where Kenneth works as a physical therapist administrator. Kofi’s latest project was “Project Click-A-Mouse” where he delivered laptop computers to students in a Kpando school. Due to the current Covid-19 pandemic travel to Ghana is on hold, but Kofi still works to find ways for equipment and supplies to find their way to West Africa.

Board of Directors, E-quip Africa 2019
EQA Board of Directors for 2019, L to R: Greg Martin, Mary Wilkowske, Ellen Echenique, Doug Wilkowske, Kenneth Wutoh, Joan Kuhn, Amanda Wutoh.

Author: Doug Wilkowske

Doug is a retired teacher who saw needs in West African schools that could be helped by saving what Americans discard. African schools needed computers; many businesses and individuals in the USA get new ones regularly with the discarded computers having a lot of life left. Why not put the still viable or refurbished computers to the need!