Matthew Chambers, President

Managed family business for the past 20 years, expanding operations to the Philippines in 2003 and Africa in 2009. Currently living in Kenya, leading the main office in Nairobi and directing all operations in Kenya and the Democratic Republic of Congo.  Currently focusing on the implementation of the Fair Congo initiatives in the eastern region of DRC (Congo).

 

 


Adele Gwet

Finance Manager, Chambers Federation

Executive Director, Fair Congo

Finance Manager of the Chambers Federation and executive director of the Fair Congo Foundation. Mrs. Gwet comes to the Federation with prior positions of finance manager at the African Union and United Nations. Mrs. Gwet also doubles her responsibilities as the Federation’s French translator.


Communication Protocols:

*Chambers Federation, in spirit and practice, strives to employee from the local community wherever, whenever possible, generally exceeding 85% of total staff employed in a project.

*All Federation electronic communication is completed through company emails (‘exampleonly’@faircongo.org or ‘exampleonly’@chambersfederation.com). There are no other authorized emails.

*The Chambers Federation does not work through any intermediaries or brokers! No one represents the company other than the authorized staff listed on the home page.

*The Chambers Federation does not charge any money for submission of partnerships or applications, ever!

*Emails from chambersfederationcongo@gmail.com are not from our company nor our parent firm nor any of its affiliates. This is an unauthorized email and any correspondence from it should be referred to the authorities.

*Please ensure verification of all Company personnel by contacting us today. Do not conduct business with anyone claiming to be part of Fair Congo or Chambers Federation without first calling or emailing us to verify.

*Fair Congo’s parent company, the Chambers Federation, has been made aware of individuals disseminating information appearing to be communications from their company. Some of these ‘false’ communications are even created by altering source files originating from old company documents provided publicly. Generally, these files are being used to falsely claim affiliation with the company, however, its full intended use is unknown. Do not accept any files from any person or organisation without verifying its authenticity with Fair Congo or the Chambers Federation first! The Company accepts no responsibility for the actions of these individuals or organisations and expects any recipient of suspicious material to immediately report it to the company so an investigation may be completed.

*The company Federation Chambers du Congo has been closed down and any affiliation with it or its local shareholders has been ‘terminated with prejudice’. Do not conduct business with anyone falsely claiming they can bring investment from the Federation. Fair Congo and the Chambers Federation accept no responsibility for their actions or misrepresentations and highly recommend contacting the authorities should anyone claim affiliation with this company.

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