DIN is managed by an active seven-member Board of Trustees. It is comprised of a Chairperson, Vice Chairperson, Board Secretary, Vice Secretary, Board Treasurer and Board members. The Board is responsible for providing technical expertise to the Management.

Our internal team is made up of a diverse group of professionals with a wide range of expertise in non-profit management, fund development, program development and evaluation, financial management, technology solutions, communications strategies, and event management, and more. Together, we aim to provide services of the highest quality to the organization.

DIN’s staff consists of:

Executive Director (Anderson F. Billiat)

The executive director is responsible for overall operations, asset protection and marketing/public relations for DIN Malawi. Ensure that the organisation and the project goals are met in a professional, transparent and accountable manner.

Email: andersonbilliati@gmail.com

Cell: + 265 991 043 004/+265 881 579 198

 

Programs Manager (Joshua A. Malunga)

Responsible for delivering the project and has all the authority to plan and run the project on daily basis. Delegates the duties in following manner and covers following duties in their task delegation: Planning; Organising; Leading and Controlling & Closing. 

Email: dinorg2012@gmail.com

Cell: +265 888 451 874/+265 999 451 874

Principal Director (Ross Auld)

Directs and participates in the establishment, administration, and evaluation of programs or services, in conjunction with an Executive Director of DIN Malawi.

Email: rossauld@yahoo.co.uk

 

Director of Communications (Lily Allport)

Responsible for planning, development and implementation of all of the Organization’s marketing strategies, marketing communications, and public relations activities, both external and internal.

Email: lilyallport@hotmail.com

Finance Officer and Field Officers (Sandress Honde)

Responsible for managing project funds in accordance with DIN Malawi Financial Management Policies in a professional, accountable and transparent manner. Maintains administration and accounting records in a clear and concise manner for reporting and audit purposes, ensures that all project payments are duly authorized and backed by authentic and justifiable documents, makes bank deposits and withdrawals.

 

Project Officer (Clement Taibu)

To produce written assessment reports in a timely manner, which are objective, balanced and a fair assessment of the service being scrutinized. To make suggestions for service improvements based on best practice.  Promote and publicise DIN Malawi activities as widely as possible across all communities and stakeholders.

Gender Officer ( Charity Wanja)

Responsible for Gender/Girls Empowerment/ Girls Education and provide technical guidance in the bid to mainstream gender internally and externally within DIN Malawi programs.  Also responsible to improve gender systems; operationalize, monitor & coordinate activities to engender programming in the organization.

Field Worker (Jacquireen Kalitera)

To encourage and assist in the setting up of new community-led groups and to offer support to develop into a strong, cohesive and effective group. Enable individuals to identify their personal training and development needs to contribute effectively to the work of the DIN Malawi and where necessary arrange for the appropriate training and support to be provided.

Youth Coordinator (Thomas Mzungu)

Serve as local youth group contact person. Ensure child/ youth involvement in meetings, family teams and other meetings involving the child/youth. Network with community leaders, agencies and organizations to support the work of your youth group. Conduct presentations to community groups or other agencies and youth group activities. Provide supervision to youth, demonstrate leadership skills, serve as a role model and involve youth in all activities.

Youth and Community SRH and HIV/AIDS Project Officer (Esnart Bwanali)

Promote behaviour changes of the youth in regards to Sexual Reproductive Health (SRH) and Menstrual Health Management (MHM) education and dealing with social economic issues affecting the youth and the community at large. Among these we are promoting the full and equal participation of the youth and vulnerable groups in development processes; building survival skills for the youth; educating the youth and communities on reproductive health, human rights, gender equality, fight stigma and discrimination against those infected with HIV/AIDS.

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