Maud Andersson
Chairperson,
Children’s Mission Africa Board

Maud Andersson provides organizational oversight and directs the strategic direction of CMA as the chair of its board. She brings in a unique blend of Christian ministry experience coupled with hardcore technical experience in development work.
 
She worked with AEG in Malmo Sweden in sales, and then in 1971, took up a 20-year commitment as a missionary in Kenya. During that period, she served as the Assistant Manager of Keswick Books & Gifts, and General Secretary of FPFK. She recently concluded a deployment with Pentecostal Mission Relief and Development Agency as Director, where he served from 1998-2014.
 
Maud is the Vice Chairman of Children’s Mission Sweden, and Chairman of Children’s mission Africa. She is also serving in the Board of Keswick books and gifts, Vice chairman of Botkyrka Pentecostal Church Mission Board and member of elders' board Tumba, Sweden.


Ann Wairimu Mwangi 
Board Treasurer
Children's Mission Africa
 
Anne’s background in social work, diverse working experience in both government and the development world makes her an asset to CMA, where she serves as the boards treasurer.
 
Ann work experience includes deployment in the ministry of social services in Kenya, Program office with the Danish Volunteer Services in Taita, and Project manager at FPC on a SIDA funded community development project.
 
Anne Holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Social Work and is currently pursuing a Masters in Christian Ministries at Daystar University.
 
Ann currently serves in the boards of the following organizations; Daybreak limited, Palm Breeze gardens, Golden Age Community, Adonai retreat center and Destiny Children’s Home. 


Tom Owuor,
Board Secretary, Children's Mission Africa
 
Tom Owuor ensures that the CMA board operates efficiently and works smoothly with the staff team, and its stakeholders. As the Board Secretary, Tom is a critical part of the operations of the organization, which relies on his exceptional organization and coordination skills to fulfill its mandate.
 
Tom has served with the Navigators Ministry for over 20 years, where he has discipled young men to maturity in Christ. Tom’s deep conviction in the potential of young people to become responsible, independent and valuable members of their communities undergirds his commitment to CMA’s mission.
 
Tom holds a MSc degree in Horticulture.


Anders Mårtensson,
Board Member, Children's Mission Africa.
 
Anders Martensson's sits in the CMA Board. He brings long experience in development work in Eastern Europe as well as his deep-set faith in the empowerment of community makes his an asset for CMA.
 
His experiences in life include 16 years’ experience in development work in Eastern Europe, 25 years in local church leadership in Sweden. He has founded several social entrepreneurship ventures for charity.
 
Anders studied Agriculture and engineering in building constructions.
 
He currently serves as the project coordinator of Children’s Mission focus on entrepreneurship development-Africa
 
Wanjau Nduba,
Board Member, Children's Mission Africa
 
Wanjau Nduba sits in the CMA board, bringing a wealth of experience in the field of entrepreneurship, social entrepreneurship, and community development.
 
A key dimension of his role has to do with helping people lead productive lives through wealth creation through business Development. Wanjau is passionate about establishment of enterprises that seeks to bring holistic transformation to communities.
 
Wanjau currently leads Navigators Micro Enterprise Program (MEP) development in Africa and other initiatives that contribute towards long-term financial sustainability within the Navigator movement, and Poverty Alleviation. He serves as the link person for Global Enterprise Movement Africa partners and Children Mission Sweden. Wanjau has played a central role in Micro enterprise development in Africa since 1989.
 
Wanjau has served in the Boards of the Navigators Africa, Leadership foundation of Kenya, Children Mission Africa, Homeless Children International boards and in the Board of Nairobi Baptist Church. Wanjau is married to Stella and together three daughters.

Wanjau Nduba, Africa Mission Leader

Wanjau Nduba sits in the CMA board, bringing a wealth of experience in the field of entrepreneurship, social entrepreneurship, and community development. A key dimension of his role has to do with helping people lead productive lives through wealth creation through business Development.

Wanjau is passionate about establishment of enterprises that seeks to bring holistic transformation to communities.

Wanjau currently leads Navigators Micro Enterprise Program (MEP) development in Africa and other initiatives that contribute towards long-term
financial sustainability within the Navigator movement, and Poverty Alleviation. He serves as the link person for Global Enterprise Movement Africa partners and Children Mission Sweden.

Wanjau has played a central role in Micro enterprise development in Africa since 1989. He has served in the Boards of the Navigators Africa, Leadership foundation of Kenya, Children Mission Africa, Homeless Children International boards and in the Board of Nairobi Baptist Church.

Wanjau is married to Stella and together three daughters.


 
Chelimo Njoroge, Regional Programme Manager
 
Chelimo Njoroge coordinates the franco-phone regional activities of CMA in her role as the Regional Programme Manager.

She provides leadership in program management, monitoring, evaluation and reporting within the organisation and among its partners. She also supports in capacity development and resource mobilisation among CMA partners.

Her passion is to see vulnerable children and poor families in Africa empowered and emancipated from poverty. Chelimo brings in a wide range of project and organisational management skills to CMA. She is proficient in Project Management, Policy Advocacy, Resource mobilisation, Partners capacity building, and Monitoring and Evaluation.

She holds a master degree in Sociology.


 

Kevin Kadiri, Capacity Development & Resource Mobilisation Manager

Kevin Kadiri coordinates the anglo-phone regional activities of CMA in her role as the Capacity Development & Resource Mobilisation Manager
Kadiri joined Children’s Mission Africa in 2016, bringing with him a strong background in institutional strengthening, Project management, Research, Monitoring and Evaluation.

He oversees capacity development and resource mobilization aspects among CMA partners. He earned a B.A. in sociology from Moi University in Kenya. He holds a Masters in Rural Sociology and Community Development from The University of Nairobi.

He is also an Associate Member of the American Sociological Association.


 
Faith Njoroge, Finance and Administration Office

Faith is a graduate from the university of Nairobi with a Bachelors of Economics and Statistics degree. She is also a certified public accountant with experience in audit.

She has previously worked with Henry Smith and Wilson CPA(K) as a Audit semi-seniorFaith is passionate about excellence in work, discipleship for young women and commitment to impact communities holistically through technical support.

Faith has been engaged to provided effective and efficient financial and administrative services through establishing and maintaining systems, structures and controls towards the smooth running of the CMA office and that of
its partners.

She joined us in the beginning of February 2018 and will be managing the day to day human, financial and administrative resources of the office. She will also be engaged in building the capacity of partners in Africa in her area of expertise.