World Vision mourn Malawi boss Hezel Nyathi

A sombre mood has covered World Vision International following the death of National Director of World Vision Malawi Hezel Nyathi who passed on Thursday morning in her home country, Zimbabwe.

Nyathi: No more

Announcing the death on Thursday, World Vision Malawi director of advocacy and communications Charles Gwengwe said until her death Nyathi was the National Director of World Vision Malawi and she was a champion for the rights of children in Malawi, and World Vision International will miss her incomparable contributions

Gwengwe said Nyathi died while seeking medical attention from the Republic of South Africa.

“It is with heavy hearts that we announce the passing of our dear friend, leader and colleague, Hazel Nyathi. Hazel was until her passing, the National Director of World Vision Malawi. She has positively contributed to the growth of this organization.We will miss her incomparable contributions,” he said

According to Gwengwe, Nyathi was friendly, approachable and a good leader who helped a lot in shaping many young people.

“The loss is a great one indeed to World Vision Malawi office child rights actors. We vividly remember her tireless efforts to put child rights on the map and Gender Equality and Social Inclusion. She was a unique leader with solid solid business operations and programme management,” he said.

Born in 1969 Nyathi has left a 4 year old boy.

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Che Msume
Che Msume
7 months ago

I prefer her death has occured due to motherhood complications she gone through during her child delivery

its medically unhealthy having a child after 45 years old because the body is always become weak which may attract more infections

Marlyn
Marlyn
7 months ago
Reply to  Che Msume

Her son is 6years and she adopted the child so please dont comment things you do not know as clearly you have no clue who she was and what she stood for. As a person who could not have kids she adopted a boy . She was a humanitarian, child activist and she fought hard for every child and human being but her health failed her. She spent all her time and money on helping others.

Victoria Mwadiwa
Victoria Mwadiwa
7 months ago

Very sad. May Her Soul Rest in eternal Peace.

Donald McLean
7 months ago

What a great loss to World Vision, Malawi, Zimbabwe and her own relatives.
May her soul rest in peace.

But nyasatimes, can you clarify well, born in 1969 and left a 4 year old boy, true?

Segwe
Segwe
7 months ago

MAY HER SOUL REST IN PEACE

Chiswa B
Chiswa B
7 months ago

RIP. But 51 years has left behind a 4 year old boy?

cry my beloved country
cry my beloved country
7 months ago
Reply to  Chiswa B

inu mumafuna zakunyasalande za14 years and has left 2

Mandevu
Mandevu
7 months ago
Reply to  Chiswa B

So what?Mwanayo ndi wako kapena azimuyuzimuthandiza ndiwe?

Hawell
7 months ago

May Nyathi’s soul rest in eternal peace

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