I am Joseph Fara Tolno, Administrative Officer at UNICEF assigned to the Conakry office in Guinea. I am also currently the President of the Staff Association (COSA) of the UNICEF office in Guinea.
Jurist, of Guinean nationality, I hold a Master 1 (French FIEP Diploma) in Business Consulting Law issued by the Private Superior School of Legal and Economic Studies (ESEJE) of Mohammedia in Morocco, a license in Law from General Lansana Conté University in Sonfonia Conakry (Guinea) and a Diploma in Financial Management from International Business Management in Berlin (Germany). I am an administrative and financial management professional with more than seven (07) years of relevant experience in the field of operations management in the Republic of Guinea with UNICEF Guinea; in the Islamic Republic of Mauritania in a 3-month staff exchange with UNICEF Mauritania and in the Republic of Mali with CRS Mali supporting the CPS-ACCESS-SMC project of SAHEL (Chemo prevention of seasonal malaria). Before joining the UNICEF Guinea office, on September 03, 2018, I started my career as a young newly graduated at GUISOFT WEB, a Senegalese company evolving in the field of the creation of websites for commercial companies as a Volunteer-Advisor for customers. companies and then with telephone companies, in particular Orange Guinea SA as Sales Advisor then at Cellcom Guinea SA as Customer Adviser-Analysis before joining the humanitarian sector in 2015 with the American international organization CRS (CATHOLIC RELIEF SERVICES-USCCB) serving the Human Resources, Administration then in support of the Program as Project Support Officer, Security Focal Point and finally return to the Administration as Administrative Officer (General Service Officer).
integrity is the preferred and fundamental value in my daily work because this value for me, illuminates the path of good behavior in my daily tasks but also, it includes within it other values mainly respect , honesty, which is frankness, that is to say, being loyal or faithful to our values or our principles, which principles, moreover, bring us all together on the same impartial, neutral or fundamental objectives