The District Governor for District 403A2 of Lions Clubs International, Lossou G. Hermann Djibom, is on a four-day visit to Liberia, from Lomé, Togo. During his four-day visit, from January 18-21, 2021, he will pay courtesy calls on Government officials, tour Lions projects and visit the local Lion Clubs.
A native of the Republic of Togo, Djibom is married with four children. He became a Leo (the feeders for Lions) in 1995. In January 1999, he joined the Lomé Horizon Club. Ever since then, he has held numerous positions in his Clubs, Zone, Region, Multiple District and District.
Governor Djibom is a progressive Melvin Jones Fellow with five (5) diamonds. He has attended nine Multiple and District Conventions and six International Conventions and Conferences.
According to a release signed by Cllr. Dickson N. Doe, Chairperson, Region 34, District 403 A2, the District Governor is also expected to tour several projects undertaken by the local Lions Clubs including, but not limited to: the Liberia Government Hospital Eye Center in Buchanan, Grand Bassa County; the Eye Clinic at the John F. Kennedy Medical Center; the Fendell Elementary School in Fendell and the Visually Impaired Computer Lab at the AME University Campus on Camp Johnson Road.
Lions Club International is the biggest not-for-profit charity organization in the world, which seeks to meet the humanitarian needs of local communities, especially the blind, the visually impaired and the underprivileged through direct services to communities.