MUKINGE YOUTH DEVELOPMENT FOUNDATION BOARD OF TRUSTEES
MYDF is governed by a Eight-member Board of Trustees: These included, the chairperson, secretary, Treasurer, the Program Director and three advisors representing different target groups that we serve which includes representatives of people living with HIV, youths, representatives from the selected departments of the government and the local community leadership. This body helps MYDF to make general planning, recommendations and provides advisory and technical support to program implementation. The Board also gives the policy guidance, approves and adopts MYDF policies and evaluates the activities MYDF is implementing and meets quarterly.
The MYDF program implementation team is led by the Executive Director, who is assisted by; the Program Officer who is a Volunteers Coordinator, the M&E Officer, the Program Accountant and specialized Program Officers. The project activities are exclusively planned and implemented by community-based volunteers, who also form the membership of the organization. In addition to the local program team and community-based volunteers, MYDF also gets foreign volunteers from volunteer-sourcing partners outside Zambia.
The community volunteer’s compiles activity reports after the outreach and submit to the Executive Director who also compiles a final report and submit to the donors and present the report to the board of directors for evaluation. The program Accountant is also charged with responsibilities of preparing of monthly financial reports.
Executive Director: Planning activities, controlling, delegating and ensure that day to day activities are on track and on time. Monitor activities, ensure timely submission of reports. HIV/AIDS Counselor, Adult Mentor/Peer Educator
Programme Accountant: Part-time: renders Basic Accounting services to the project; Maintains MYDF’s financial and record books, Produces financial monthly reports and ensures receipts, financial documents are in order and properly done
Programme Officer: Part-time: monitor field activities, counseling peers and generally, provides programmatic support to the project. Qualified Youth mentor, HIV/AIDS Counselor
Assistant Programme Officer: Acts as front office person and assists the manager in day to day activities, monitors field activities, counsels peers and mentors, producing monthly reports. Qualified Adult mentor
Community volunteers: conduct our reach activities; HIV counseling and testing, facilitating discussions, create linkages and referrals, and act as role models to peers.