World Vision International

Contact Us

Office address: 

Square de Meeus 18, box 2 (first floor)

B-1050 Brussels

Switchboard: +32-(0)2-230.16.21

E-mail: EULO-info [at] wvi [dot] org

 

Contacts:

     Justin Byworth

EU Representative & Executive Director

Resource Person for: International Development, Humanitarian Action & NGO Leadership

Telephone: +32 (0)2-274.18.62

Mobile: +32 (0)471-88.61.84

E-mail: justin_byworth[@]wvi.org

     Mojgan Arfai

Head of Finance, Administration, & HR

Telephone: +32 (0)2-274.18.59

Email: mojgan_arfai[@]wvi.org

     Dirk Gerlach

Director, Programs & Resource Acquisition

Telephone: +32 (0)2-274.18.63

Email: dirk_gerlach[@]wvi.org

     Charlotte Gaudion

Resources Development Manager

Telephone: +32 (0)2-274.18.64

Email: charlotte_gaudion[@]wvi.org

      Pamela Viailly Thiebaut

Humanitarian Programmes & Policy Adviser 

Telephone: +32 (0)2-274.18.64

 Email: pamela_viailly[@]wvi.org

      Giacomo Dozzo

Resource Development Officer

Telephone: +32 (0)2-274.18.66

 Email: giacomo_dozzo[@]wvi.org

     Alexandra Matei

Policy & Advocacy Officer

Policy areas:

  • Peace-building & Conflict Resolution 
  • Child & Youth Participation and child protection

Email: alexandra_matei[@]wvi.org

Telephone: +32 (0)2-274.18.68

     Ludovic Wahis

Policy & Communications Officer

Policy areas:

  • Humanitarian assistance
  • Food & nutrition security
  • Communications

Telephone: +32 (0)2-274.18.67

 Email: ludovic_wahis[@]wvi.org

      Nina Nepesova

Global Director, Humanitarian Policy and Advocacy

Policy areas:

  • International Humanitarian Law
  • Humanitarian Effectiveness
  • Humanitarian Access
  • Protection of Civilians/Child Protection
  • Peacekeeping
  • Humanitarian Response to Conflict
  • Humanitarian Response to Natural Disasters
  • Forced Displacement

Email: nina_nepesova[@]wvi.org

Telephone: +32 (0)2-274.18.66

     Inesa Gevorgyan

Business Analyst i-Vision

Email: inesa_gevorgyan[@]wvi.org 

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