Our Team

Get in touch with our exciting and dedicated team
Vera Kamtukule (MRS)

Vera Kamtukule (MRS)

Chief Executive Officer

vera@malawiscotlandpartnership.org

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Vera joined Malawi Scotland Partnership in june 2017. She is responsible for the management of the partnership’s work and is managed by the Board of Directors. Much of Vera’s work is focused on strategic development of the organization, engagement with the respective government departments and ministries, and external partnership working.

Vera has a background in land management, housing development and social enterprises development. She is a prolific writer, motivational speaker and enjoys reading and exercising. When she is not out with her family, she enjoys singing and learning various genres of music.

Shadreck Richard Ngulube

Shadreck Richard Ngulube

Regional Coordinator, North

sngulube@malawiscotlandpartnership.org

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Shadreck joined Malawi Scotland Partnership in 2014 as a Communications and Resource Center Assistant for the Mzuzu CRC. He was later promoted to Regional Coordinator responsible for the Northern Region.

He is responsible for the management of regional activities and members. He also manages MaSP’s website and social media platforms aimed at increasing awareness of Malawi’s links with Scotland and also works to inspire the next generation to be engaged with Scotland though the school partnership programme.

Shadreck aspires to become a leader in ICT for Development (ICT4DEV). He enjoys reading novels, beach planning and networking with professionals of various backgrounds.

Clement Masangano

Clement Masangano

Programmes Manager

cmasangano@malawiscotlandpartnership.org

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Clement joined Malawi Scotland Partnership in 2014 as a Programmes Officer and later in 2017 promoted to Programmes Manager.

He is responsible for member engagement including responding to enquiries and offering advice, organizing and managing events and forums. He also supports and manages the two regional coordinators.

When he’s not at work or with family, he will definitely be at the Basketball court playing/watching Basketball.

Ruth Maluwa

Ruth Maluwa

Regional Coordinator, South

rmaluwa@malawiscotlandpartnership.org

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Ruth joined Malawi Scotland Partnership in 2014 as a Communications and Resource Center Assistant for the Blantyre CRC. He was later promoted to Regional Coordinator responsible for Southern Region.

She is responsible for the management or southern regional activities and members ensuring that the communication and resource center is well equipped to support member’s work. She also provides success stories from members to be published in the news bulletin which is published bimonthly. Ruth also works to inspire the next generation to be engaged with Scotland though the school partnership programme.

Ruth enjoys travelling, reading and meeting new people.

Mphatso Sapangwa

Mphatso Sapangwa

Finance and Administration Officer

msapangwa@malawiscotlandpartnership.org

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Mphatso joined Malawi Scotland Partnership in 2012 as a Finance Associate. He was later promoted to the position of Finance and Administration Officer having gone through a number of trainings and career development.

He is responsible for managing the financial and internal processes of the partnership ensuring that head office and regional offices operate smoothly.

Mphatso enjoys listening to music.

Promise Matatiyo

Promise Matatiyo

Project Coordinator, Climate Change Project

pmatatiyo@malawiscotlandpartnership.org

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Promise joined Malawi Scotland Partnership in 2018 as a Project Coordinator for the Youth Leaders Climate Change Project which is being implemented jointly with the 2050 Climate Group in Scotland.

He responsible for management of the Malawi Climate Leaders Project implemented by the Malawi Scotland Partnership(MaSP) in partnership with the 2050 Climate Group. A Project on Young People and Climate change with the overall purpose of the project and its long term goal is to nurture young people (aged 18-35) to be leaders on climate change action in Malawi. 

This overall goal is supported by four key core values: Young people, as leaders of the future, should be given the knowledge, tools, and authority to create a future they want to see for themselves; Dealing with climate change, as a generation-defining challenge for this generations and those to come, should be a priority for all; Young people are an essential stakeholder in dealing with climate change, and therefore the project endeavors to be focussed on young people, run by young people and for young people; The pursuit of climate justice in Malawi, in Scotland, and across the globe.

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