Dr. Anna Msowoya-Keys

Founder and President

Anna has worked for the past 35 years to improve the lives of some of Africa’s most disadvantaged and vulnerable populations. Through project management with nonprofits like Action Aid, the Norwegian Refugee Council, the International Rescue Committee and Women’s Commission for Refugee Women and Children, Anna has worked in Mozambique, Burundi, the Democratic Republic of Congo, Kenya and Rwanda and her native Malawi with refugees and others affected by armed conflict, people living in extreme poverty, and people living with HIV/AIDS. In recognition of her empowering work with women in Malawi, she was the first recipient of Whole Women Healing Award: “Women of Compassion Award for 2007”. 

Frank Kondowe


Supports the department of finance & administration in daily operation by maintaining, accounting records, human resource management and producing financial reports & statements.

Blessings Msowoya

Women and Youth

Increasing the capacity of women and youth groups to make choices and transform those choices into desired actions and outcomes.

Wezzie A Nyirenda-Ngwimba

HIV & AIDS coordinator

Offering assistance to Kwithu kids and various groups of individuals such as the elderly, children and people with mental health challenges, people with development disabilities and persons struggling with addiction in Luwinga ward.

Prosperina Mphande


Ensures that the Management functions properly, that all relevant matters are discussed and that effective decisions are made and carried out.

Patrick Hara

Edu. coordinator/Social Worker

Strengthening education support, partnering with key stakeholders, sports and health initiative, preparing the young to educate themselves throughout their lives.

Paston Mkandawire

social worker

Works with clients to determine achievable, actionable goals and plans to meet them. Intervene in crisis situations involving abuse, mental health, emergencies or trauma.

Vanessa Baloyi

Head of ECD

To equip pupils with skills necessary for their personal, social, health and economic development and to ensure that the program meets the children’s social, emotional, educational and health needs.

Grace Q Chiumia

Afterschool Tutor

Guiding teachers on matters concerning teaching and learning.