Malawi Children’s Village has always been a Malawian run program.  Below are listed just a few of the many MCV staff that have helped make this organization a success. We plan to improve these existing profiles & pictures and add profiles of other staff as soon as possible. Please check back soon for updates.

Felix Chirombo, Project Director

As director, Felix oversees all activities of the project, and hires and supervises all local staff. Felix provides the board of directors with quarterly financial reports as well as presentations on project developments. Felix has a diploma in business administration from Blantyre Business College, Professional Computer Certificate and Certificate in Rural Development Management from Staff Development Institute.

Harry Saezi, Project Accountant

As Projecy Accountant Harry is in charge of all project financial matters. His responsibilities include receiving project funds from all departments and banking, maintaining the Fixed Asset Register, maintaining payroll, and producing final accounts and documentation for external audits. Harry is a holder of ACCA Professional Part A obtained at the Malawi College of Accountancy, where he also earned his diploma in Accountancy (ACCA).

Chikondi P. Njera, Technical School Principal

As Principal Chikondi is in charge of all general management and administration of MCV's Technical School. Chikondi works with his team of instructors and the management team to ensure the quality of all vocational trades on offer are in accordance with the Malawi Ministry of Education and Vocational Traning, and the National Trade Test's acceptable standards. Chikondi has a Diploma in Automobile Engineering and a Diploma in Automotive Mechatronics.

Joseph Theula, Gracious School Headmaster

As headmaster, Joseph is in charge of all Gracious Secondary School Activities. Joseph supervises his teaching staff and ensure the timely preparation and submission of all periodic progress reports to MCV's management. Joseph has a Diploma in Education from Domasi College of Education.

Florence Mndala, Health (AIDS) Educator

Florence provides training to youths, caregivers, and village volunteers in AIDS education and HIV prevention. Florence also organizes youth groups for in school and out of school children. Florence also coordinates outreach assistance to households caring for orphans and works with other MCV staff to conduct the annual orphan survey in MCV's cachement area. Florence holds a Certificate in Community Development and Care Counseling on HIV/AIDS.

Catherine Shebani, Bednet Coordinator

Catherine is in charge of the bednet program at MCV, and the program has achieved tremendous success due to her efforts. Catherine visits households caring for orphans in the villages regularly to distribute bednets, and to ensure that existing bednets are being used properly.

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