Board of Directors articles

Northern Region Cluster Meeting 27.01.2017 Presentations

On 27th January 2017, the Malawi Scotland Partnership, Northern Region cluster successfully conducted a cluster meeting with an aim of learning the impacts of the Scottish Government grants to Malawian communities, sharing experiences-success and challenges. 16 representatives from various Organisations attended the meeting of which 14 out of 16 organizations are supported by Scotland i.e.

MaSP Member Capacity Building Trainings

      We are pleased to announce capacity building trainings for you our members to take place as indicated below. Project Cycle Management                         Blantyre 27th to 29th July 2016 Project Cycle Management                         Lilongwe 10th to 12th August 2016 Project Cycle Management                         Mzuzu 24th to 26th August 2016 Financial Management                                Blantyre 13th to 15th October

MaSP Strategic Plan Guiding Questionnaire for members Input

MaSP is in the process of developing it’s strategic plan for the period 2017 to 2020.This is an opportunity for you our members to get our aspirations into action through this important process. Download this form and send it to us through email to Dateline is 31 May 2016 Proposed questions to members-Expanded  

Ms Elizabeth Karode

Elizabeth Karode , 24 . I went to the University of Malawi, Chancellor College (2008-2012) where I pursued a Bachelor’s degree in Arts (Humanities) with majors in Music and English Literature. I graduated in October 2012 with a Bachelor’s degree with credit. Was offered a job as Communications Officer by Music Crossroads Malawi during a

Mrs Mphatso Ngulube

I was elected onto the Malawi Scotland Partnership board in January 2014. I am a Board Member of Fishers Trainers & senders Ministries, Youth department of the CCAP Synod of Livingstonia and a Vice Board Chairperson of Coalition of Gender, HIV & AIDS in Malawi (COGHAAM) Currently also a  Director of the Livingstonia Synod AIDS

Board Chair: Dr Matthews Mtumbuka

Dr Mtumbuka is the Information Technology (IT) Director for Malawi’s leading mobile communications operator, Airtel. Previously, Matthews worked for Malswitch in Malawi and Shell Exploration and Production Europe, based in Aberdeen, Scotland. As a Rhodes Scholar he obtained his PhD in Engineering Science from the University of Oxford. Dr. Mtumbuka serves on several boards including

Mr Timothy Tchereni

Timothy H. Tchereni Position on the board: Chairperson, Audit and Finance Committee Time served: 2012 to present Young, dynamic and visionary! I am a family person and likes nature walking with the family and friends. Research and consulting is what I do for bread and butter.61″