Global Patron of World Orphans Day™
Peter Mutharika, Former President of Malawi, won the 2014 general elections and was sworn as the president of Malawi on May 30, 2014. He won the election by gaining 36.4% of the total votes.
President Arthur Peter Mutharika excels in international law, comparative international law, and international economic law. He is an educator and a politician. He taught for 39 years at Washington University in the USA. He also taught at Makerere University (Uganda), Rutgers University (USA), and the London School of Economics (UK) among others.
In 2009, he was elected as a Member of the Malawi Parliament. Peter Mutharika served as minister of Agriculture, minister of Foreign Affairs, minister of Education, Science, and Technology, and minister of Justice and Constitutional Affairs.
Global Patron and Honorary Chairman of World Orphans Day™ Africa
Honorable Prime Minister, serves as the Prime Minister of the Kingdom of Eswatini, as appointed by King Mswati III. He currently is appointed as World Orphans Day Honorary Chairman for Africa. He will serve 2 years in building World Orphans Day Initiatives in Africa. Themba N. Masuku was the regional administrator for the Shiselweni district of Eswatini. He was the Deputy Prime Minister of Eswatini. from 2008 until 2013. Masuku received his Master of Science degree from the University of Missouri. In the 1990s he filled various posts in the government of Eswatini, including Minister for Agriculture and Cooperatives, Minister for Economic Planning and Development, and the Minister for Finance. He then worked with the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, as director of the liaison offices in Geneva and later New York..