Mulyata Children’s Mission has been established as a UK Charitable company limited by guarantee (NI658876). A reciprocal charity has been established in Zambia.
The mission is managed by a committed team of Christian directors who operate the charity to the highest levels of integrity and financial transparency whilst showing the maximum levels of care and compassion for those in Zambia that they seek to serve and assist.
William (Billy) is a retired electrical engineer. As a church elder, Billy has keen interest in all forms of Christian mission with a particular interest in Zambia. Billy has considerable church and business leadership experience which has been key in the establishment of Mulyata Children’s Mission.
John is a retired joiner with extensive experience of youth work and church leadership as a church elder. Since first visiting Zambia in 2017, John has committed much of his time to further improve children’s lives there, by improving sanitation and irrigation to enable crop-growing.
Jennifer is a receptionist, mother and grandmother. Jennifer is a former GB captain and is a Sunday School teacher, with a heart for helping the children of Zambia. Jennifer has extensive experience in children’s work in Zambia for the last 12 years.
Alan is self employed with extensive experience in engineering. Alan has spent the last 12 years assisting the development of an orphanage and primary school in Zambia – during that time Alan has used his considerable practical expertise on many projects includng construction of a 20 metre foot bridge over a crocodile infested river.
Sharon is a senior biomedical scientist, specialising in haematology. As a mother and grandmother with experience of GB leadership, she is passionate about improving the lives of the children, with a particular emphasis on girls and young women in Zambia.
Alistair is a software engineer with over 25 years experience in the telecoms and financial sectors. A church elder, Alistair also has extensive leadership experience in the charitable sector both in the UK and Africa.