LUSUBIRO COMMUNITY CARE WORKERS URGED TO TAKE CARE OF ORGANISATION ASSETS
Written by Winkly Mwaulambo on June 20, 2022
Lusubiro Community Care staff members have been called to handle with care organizations materials with an aim of achieving the vision of the organization as the founder late sister Beatrice Chipeta wished.
Speaking during the memorial mass today at Lusubiro offices in Karonga district, Vicar General of the Catholic Diocese of Karonga Monsignor Laurent Dziko, as one way of achieving the vision and dreams of the founder of the institution, employees have to be committed to the vision of the organization by playing an important role in making sure that the properties of the institution are taken care of.
Monsignor Dziko added that the organizations properties should be beneficial to many people especially the orphans and vulnerable who get their support from Lusubiro Community Care.
Late Sister Beatrice Chipeta founded this institution without money but her aim was to touch the life of many orphans and the poor therefore I would like to urge you all the employees that you take care of the institution’s properties and money inclusive so that many people should benefit from the same, said Monsignor Dziko
In his remarks, Programmes Manager for Lusubiro Community Care Kondwani Kapombe Nyasulu has assured that they will make sure that they achieve the founders vision by being committed to the objectives and mission statements of the organization.
He further requested the employees of Lusubiro Community Care to be collaborative when carrying out their duties in their various duty stations.
We will make sure that we fulfill the dreams of the founder as employees of this institution and I also urge all employees to work with unity, Said Nyasulu.
Late Sister Beatrice Chipeta was born on 4th October in 1942 , founded Lusubiro Community Care in 1997 and died on 19th June in 2019.
By Nancy Mwangonde