UMFM employs 400 missionary reformers in Nkhata Bay
United Mission Foundation Malawi (UMFM) has employed about 400 missionary reformers in Nkhata Bay District who will be supporting churches’ consolidation reform programmers in an effort to eradicate poverty in the district.
Speaking in an interview Monday after launching the initiative at Maganga Ground in the district, spokesperson for the United Mission Foundation Malawi, Kinnia Mlowoka said the mission through the missionary reformers will be distributing food and non-food items to vulnerable and needy households.
Mlowoka further said the initiative will also contribute the organization is eager to contribute towards job creation for young people in the country.
Mlowoka said the foundation which Christian oriented introduced the initiative for it to better serve people in both spiritual and physical spheres.
"Now that we have established an office in the district, the foundation should be able to drill boreholes, provide loans to women, build school blocks and health facilities among others.
Above all, we'll be preaching love, unity, and stability in the district as they are some of the pillars of development", Mlowoka said.
Traditional Authority Mkumbira commended the foundation for the initiative which she said will go a long way in contributing to the development of the district.
However, he was quick to advise the missionary reformers to conduct themselves in Godly and professional manner to avoid disgracing the organization.
"To those who have been given an opportunity to lead the organization in the district, make sure that only the intended people benefit from this initiative,” said Mkumbira.
United Mission Foundation Malawi is an inter-denomi1 organization that supports church consolidation reform programmers in developing countries.