On 24th November, 2018, Joseph Mughogho from Malawi graduated with a Master of Science in Managing Rural and Community Development.
“Every journey begins with a single step so they say”. And within that journey two things happen, either you fall and wake up or you give up. Most of all you meet people who actually encourage you to soldier on until you reach your destination. Such people always believe that you are capable of reaching that destination. In my case I met Mr. and Mrs. Kubik of Cincinnati, Ohio in the United States of America, who believed that I was capable of reaching the destination. Thank you very much for the encouragement and the resources, today here we are thanking God and parting ourselves on the back.
One of the corner stones of LifeNets is to build capacity in the people so that they are able to develop their own communities and countries in a sustainable manner. In my thesis I focus mainly on the sustainability of organisation and particularly discussed the issues of capacity building which is very much in line with the objectives of LifeNets.
To my fellow beneficiaries of LifeNets, the opportunity that is given to us comes once in our lifetime and we need to grab the opportunity are use it to the maximum. Let us avoid taking things for granted, hence we regret in future.
Thank you very much LifeNets. God Bless You Abundantly.
Juliana Kachali one of the LifeNets beneficiaries graced the occasion and represented LifeNets Office Malawi
Family was there too--the one to my right is my daughter first born now working with United Nations in Mzuzu and to my left is my wife.
Posted earlier -- September 24, 2018
We would like to share another wonderful outcome of the LifeNets Developing Nations Scholarship Fund and this testimonial:
Just to let you know that this morning I successfully defended my Master of Science Degree in Managing Rural & Community Development thesis. I can now proceed for graduation in November this year. Another success story of LifeNets Malawi.
May I take this opportunity to thank you very sincerely, for the support you have given me during the study. At times I sounded desperate but you came to my rescue quickly. I pray to God to bless the work you are doing. Giving someone knowledge is the most important treasure than giving that person Gold.
We really appreciate the assistance without which I wouldn’t have reached this far. My family is very happy as I have set a precedence for my children to follow. My family and I are thankful to you and we pray for God’s blessings in your work.
Joseph Chipimpha Mughogho
July 20, 2018
Joseph has been LifeNets Business Manager and accountant in Lilongwe, Malawi.
Note from Beverly Kubik, LifeNets president:
I am so happy that you have come to this point in your life and will pray that it will be a blessing to you and your family. Thank you for all that you have helped us with. You have become a dear friend and we are grateful for the friendship.