Management members  Monica Kububa Arame ( Finance and Administration Manager), Grandstone Mlenga (Programs Manager),Arafat Tembo ( Clinic Manager),Joseph Kandiyesa (Director), Thomas Mbereko ( Chaplain Retired) Chikumbutso Khembo( Monitoring and Evaluation Manager)

Kindle has more than 30 employees, all of whom are Malawians, and two long-term expatriate volunteers. This staff is under the oversight of the Kindle Management Team:


KandiyesaMr. Joseph Kandiyesa became the Director of Kindle in December 2014. He was orphaned as a young boy in Dowa district not far from where Kindle operates. He was raised by his sister and he didn’t have enough money for college, but he managed to get accepted to African Bible College and he started to earn money for school by working as a guard and a lab monitor, and eventually he also received support from some well-wishers. Joseph’s wife Sylvia is a nurse midwife.  She has just graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in Nurse Midwifery and is working at our local district hospital. Joseph worked for World Relief and World Vision before joining us at Kindle. He sees his personal mission as empowering the powerless, giving hope to the hopeless and giving peace to the afflicted.

Grandstone Mlenga Programs Manager

Mr. Grandstone Mlenga started with Kindle in January 2017. He is the manager of all of our ministries that originate from our campus on a corner of Nanjoka Hillside Farm. This includes all of our work related to education, food security, youth groups, and family life groups.

C. Khembo , M&E Manager

Chikumbutso Khembo is Kindle`s Monitoring and Evaluation Manager .He joined Kindle in the year 2016 but prior to working with Kindle, Chikumbutso has worked with Train Africa Holdings Ltd as Operations Manager, I -tech- Africa (IT specialist ,Baobab Health Trust (Data Officer) and Zomba District Council- Data Officer (UNICEF project).

Arafat Tembo Katawa Clinic Manager

Mr. Arafat Kwaule Tembo is the manager of Katawa Community Clinic, and has worked for Kindle as a clinical officer since January of 2017. He oversees not only the outpatient clinic, nutrition clinic, and under-5’s clinic but also our health outreaches into surrounding villages. Previous to working with Kindle, he worked in several locations for the Ministry of Health.

monica kububa Monica Kububa Arame is an  experienced lady who has years of experience working as an accountant and finance controller in several banks in Malawi including NBS bank .She has also years of experience in managing parastatal funds having previously worked for Blantyre water board. She is Kindle`s pulse keeper (Finance and administration Manager) and she loves making new friends.

Long-term Volunteers

The long-term volunteers with Kindle are Dorothea Stoppenbrink and Miriam Chung.
Dorothea Stoppenbrink with Timothy and Prisca Faith, adopted in Malawi

Dorothea is a Pediatric Nurse and Missionary who has been working with Kindle Orphan Outreach since 2005, bringing light to orphans and disadvantaged children and their guardians through holistic health and nutritional programs. She is now based in Germany but still working as Kindle` ambassador and is always in constant communication with Kindle management

Jacob and Miriam Chung

Jacob and Miriam Chung came to Malawi in 2012. Miriam is a nurse working at Kindle’s Katawa Community Clinic, while Jacob is developing discipleship groups throughout Salima district.