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Highlight 4: Extraordinary Women



Mrs Leah Mutala

Leah is a most extraordinary woman - the sort of woman you would go anywhere just to hang out with her - observe her, learn from her.
She works for The Evangelical fellowship of Zambia (EFZ) our partner in Zambia.She is the Programme manager for our project in Serenje, leading her team of Rita and Mumba. She coordinates what we are doing in Serenje - the Pastors fellowship and Alex (our worker on the ground)all report to her.
When Mrs Mutala goes into each community she has a God-given gift of absolutely knowing where they are,who they are and what they need from her in terms of leadership. She can be stern, directional, funny - she relates to the women, to the men, to he youth. She is called "Mum" in the communities and is held in very high regard everywhere she goes - whether Government officials or Village farmers. In short - they ALL LOVE HER! Watching her is an inspiration and I've already learnt so much from her. I wish I could spend longer with her - and if you met her, you would too!
She is God's woman for this time and for Serenje. She truly seizes the moment!
Please pray for her - she has huge influence,with an enormous job to do but she is one (human!) woman with a life and a family!
She is a very special lady.

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irene m said…
Keep teeling us Catrina...every highlight serves to bring to LIFE the Serenje project

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