Ndondo Mutua Mulli
Ndondo is the fourth born biological daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles and Esther Mulli, founders of Mully Children’s Family. She currently works as the Operations Director with Mully Children’s Family group of Homes and Schools. She oversees the operations of organization programs and all the 6 MCF projects. Ndondo is a holder of Degrees in Business Administration, and Community Development with Masters Degrees in Human Resource and Strategic Management. She has additional specialised training in child rights programming; youth empowerment and mentorship; project monitoring and evaluation; church ministry; youth ministry, HIV and AIDs among others. Over the years, she has been involved in supporting and providing strategic leadership in program work, developing and implementing projects, leading and enhancing the capacity of project teams, resource mobilization, reporting, monitoring, and evaluation. In formal employment, Ndondo worked with an international fresh vegetables export company, where she was in charge of EuroGAP audits, trainings and induction of new members on EUROGAP, GLOBAL GAP and ISO certifications. The assignment required exact knowledge in statistics, monitoring and evaluation as well as team leadership. Ndondo has provided consultancy services in Kenya with various organizations in developing Human Resource policies, strategic plans, monitoring and evaluation frameworks, mentorship and girl Child challenges. She is very passionate about mainstreaming child rights, child protection issues, girl child empowerment and building the capacity of staff on auditing, monitoring and evaluation systems. Ndondo has facilitated trainings, conducted researches, surveys and evaluations and involved in development of training manuals for organizations in Kenya. https://crossroads.ca/relief-development-rescue-and-care// https://mullychildrensfamily.org/
Hilda was very young when she was removed from her family and taken by bus to a residential school. Being placed in a foreign environment, separated from her siblings, Hilda was stripped of her traditional clothing and told she was no longer allowed to speak Cree. If she did, she was punished. After years of dealing with the painful memories incurred at the school, Hilda shares how she met Jesus and has overcome the painful memories of the past.
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Music Video "Who You Say I Am" http://bradandrebekah.com
Through Scripture and compelling stories, beloved author and speaker reminds us that even though we all face challenges and heartaches we didn’t see coming, God has been writing our story from the very beginning–and by the power of the Holy Spirit, we can see miracles unfolding all around us. http://sheilawalsh.com