Malawi: mission organizes management training course
Source: New ways
The Missionary Community of Saint Paul the Apostle (MCSPA) in Malawi, together with the German NGO Kindermissionswerk, recently organized a two-week training course in project management for members of religious and non-religious organizations.
The training took place at the peaceful Nkhotakota Safari Lodge, located along Lake Malawi.
Father Manuel Hernandez from MCSPA facilitated the course. Among the participants were members of the Missionary Community of Saint Paul the Apostle, of the Society of Missionaries of Montfort, priests of the dioceses of Lilongwe and Karonga, Sisters of the Blessed Virgin Mary, Sisters of the Holy Family of Bordeaux , Carmelite Sisters and a representative of the Tikondane organization. These people are independently leading various projects in Kenya, Ethiopia, South Sudan, Zimbabwe and Malawi. The training was divided into two phases of one week each.
Speaking after the training, Father Bernard Maganga said: “This training has helped me know what matters most about writing a project, implementing and writing a report. The sessions were very informative and inspiring. I am very grateful to Kindermissionswerk and the MCSPA in Malawi for considering the Montfort missionaries in this training. What I learned about project management will be of immense benefit to the whole Montfortian family and the people of God in general. Zikomo Kwambiri !! “
Fr. Angel Valdivia said that the training will help to prepare solid projects, in line with the requirements of various donors.
The training ended with a beautiful ceremony during which each participant received a certificate of participation.
Keywords: Missionary Community of the Apostle Saint Paul, MCSPA, Malawi, Kindermissionswerk, Father Manuel Hernandez, Missionaries of Montfort, Zimbabwe, Father Angel Valdivia
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