About Us

Fidele is the author of three books sold in amazon and Barnes and Nobles, and  books contributor and countless articles for magazines, news papers, scholarly journals, Radio-tv contributor and blogger.

www. coupc.com and www.cacpdusa.org

He holds an M.A in Peace and Conflict Studies and a MBA.

Music producer, song writer, singer and folk guitar player.

Guest Lecturer, Foundations of  Not-for-profit, Peace and Conflict Studies, Juniata College, Huntingdon, PA. (2015-current)MA level. Students will explore the factors that have shaped the expansion of nonprofit work and current trends influencing the structure of nonprofit organizations and the roles they play in governance and social change efforts as part of civil society.
Senior Advisor land reform policy analyst/ cabinet of Ministry of land, DR Congo current government/Reshaping the future of land reform program  strategic planning, implementation  and evaluation.

COO the Congolese American Council for Peace and Development,  CACPD.
Deputy Director  Church world Service disaster response and intl dev. program/ Africa, Latin America and Caribbean countries.

Senior advocate for refugees at Refugees International/ Horn and Central Africa.
Co-Country Director Mennonite Central Committee, MCC Angola and DR Congo (Eastern Congo);

Lecturer, Conflict and Peace studies,  Mindolo Kitwe, Zambia
Guest-lecturer at Juniata College, PA  Fundamental of Non For Profit; Fidele is also Guest Commentator at the  Voice of America/French on Interfaith dialogue since 2000. 

Assessed the humanitarian situation and the Gatumba massacres of 160 Congolese in Burundi and presented the report to the United Nations Security Council, NY (2004)

Worked with the US State Department and the office of Migration for the resettlement to the US of 700 families who survived the Gatumba massacres.
COO of the Congolese American Council for Peace and Development an associate development organization of the Fresno and Kinshasa School of mission. www.cacpdusa.org.

Fidele is a member of American Academy of Religion and Pennsylvania Council of Mediation.