Moms Who Inspire – Stories from Tanzania
Join Joanna la Fleur as she chats with Brenda Msangi, CEO of our partner hospital in Tanzania and mother of three.
Brenda speaks of the amazing moms she’s worked with in Tanzania. Moms who have overcome fierce odds to love and care for their children. Moms like you. Take a few moments for yourself and tune in – you’ll be inspired and encouraged.
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Joanna la Fleur
Joanna la Fleur is a speaker, podcaster and TV cohost for See, Hear, Love. She became an ambassador for Hope and Healing International after hearing children’s stories and seeing the difference donors like you make in the lives of kids living in poverty with disabilities. Joanna also recognizes that praying for children is key in this work: “We need to think of those we love as holistic people – not just physical, but also emotional and spiritual. Our prayers can do so much to provide courage, healing, comfort and love in ways that physical healing alone cannot.”
Brenda Msangi is the CEO of Hope and Healing’s partner hospital in Tanzania. She’s a skilled leader with an extraordinary list of accomplishments. Brenda has dedicated her life to strengthening healthcare services for underprivileged communities and is also the proud mom of three girls.
An inspiring woman and excellent public speaker, Brenda has a beautiful grace and wonderful sense of humour which she uses to show God’s love to those around her.
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