The Orphans Foundation Fund Advisory Board met on November 18th to discuss the progress made thus far regarding advances in the accounting and banking procedures, human resource management, organization structure, current project results, future strategic planning, land development Kikatiti and Njiro properties, and water accessibility on the previously mentioned land. Thank you to the Board of Trustees in the US and those amongst the advisory board who participated with great ideas in last week’s meeting at Kibo Palace.
This past Monday evening, July 26th, 2010, the local Orphans Foundation Fund Advisory Board met at Kibo Palace Hotel for a few hours of strategic planning. We discussed the role and importance of the local board drawing our collective knowledge to further the work of Orphans Foundation Fund. We also went over issues of Human Resources policy, fine tuning the Accounting and Finance policy, and approving the 2010 budget. Our hope is to work in harmony with the board in the US so that Orphans Foundation Fund will even more successfully reach out to Orphans and Vulnerable children.
The new 2010 Advisory Board of Orphans Foundation Fund me March 20th. We first attended the distribution ceremony for the 2009 graduates of the O.F.F. / CORDAID Street Children Project. Then we visited the new Njiro site for community empowerment, and finally ended our time together with a luncheon discussing the future of Orphans Foundation Fund. Everyone is honored to be a part of helping the organization move ahead in this coming year and seeing the fruits of our labor in the lives of those we serve.
|Dr Zuhura Ally Sedute
|Catherine Jura Sentamu
|Felix K Mahoo
|Dr. James Lace
|Dr D. Kamala
M.P. of Tanzania & Minister of E.A.C.
Gladness Kisanga, who is a member of the Orphans Foundation Fund Advisory Board and coordinator of the Maasai women’s group in Lengast, left for an official visit to the United States of America. Dr James Lace and Oregon State Senator Jackie Winters organized the trip to promote our work here in Tanzania. Please visit the link below for more updates about Gladness’s mission to help those in Tanzania. Click HERE to read more!