our people



The day-to-day operations of Ministry of Hope are conducted by a staff of Malawians from a base in the capital city, Lilongwe and in Mzuzu, a city in the north of Malawi.

Ministry of Hope is fortunate to also have a wealth of volunteers from nearby African Bible College and from short-term mission groups from the United States.

doricaActing Director and Program Manager,
Dorica Kusamale


daniel Director of Education, Spiritual Development and Volunteer Coordination Daniel Hluchwayo Moyo
Daniel has been with MoH since the beginning. He coordinates visits with volunteer groups from the U.S. as well as educational and worship activities among the orphans. He graduated from African Bible College in 2006.

Salengo Feeding Center Director,
Jimmy Kuthyola

Jimmy has been with the ministry since 2003 and is a trained health surveillance assistant. He has also recieved training in the U.S. in bio-intensive farming and is developing agricultural programs aimed at ensuring food security and sustainability for village families that care for orphaned children. He has a heart for orphans and his passion is to preach and share the Word of God with the needy.

felixKwamba Feeding Center Director,
Felix Khonje

Felix is committed to ministering to the needy in an isolated, rural area.

roderickMponela Feeding Center Director,

Rodrick Zamula
Rodrick is the Center Supervisor for Mponela where he is spearheading projects to grow soybean and cassava. He is happily married and is the father of one, named Rejoice.

Mzuzu Crisis Nursery Administrative Officer
Augustine Harawa

Augustine joined Ministry of Hope - Mzuzu Crisis Nursery in 2007. He obtained an Advanced Certificate in Business Management from Mzuzu University and also earned a Certificate in Community Based Work With Children and Youths from Kwazulu Natal University. Augustine says “In Ministry of Hope I am not the extraordinary person but I decided to accomplish the extraordinary work of serving the deserving little children. My work is to ensure that finances of the Mzuzu Crisis Nursery are handled in a transparent manner according to the policies of MOH and to bring back a genuine smile on the faces of the HOPELESS children. When I see a happy child my soul is happy too!”