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In the October edition of News and Prayer, we reported that we were beginning to look for an additional member of staff to help us with growing charity administration demands. Being unable to appoint our preferred administrator candidate, however, led us to have a bit of a rethink.
With demand for eVitabu growing daily, we’re beginning to explore what it might mean to launch the app across the whole of Africa. With this in mind, rather than re-advertising for an administrator, the trustees appointed one of our volunteer developers, Jonathan Haddock, as APF’s new consultant eVitabu Developer. We’re delighted to welcome Jonathan onto the APF team in a more formal capacity and he is already working closely with our Projects Coordinator, Geoff Holder, on new features and updates to the app, alongside supporting the creation of something called a client relationship management (CRM) system that will help us manage hundreds or even thousands of eVitabu users from across Africa.
After having his first child in February, our other volunteer eVitabu developer, Michael Berry, is stepping back from the project. We’re very grateful to Michael for all the amazing work he has done to get eVitabu to where it is now.
This is an article from our quarterly newsletter. Click here to download the whole document as a pdf.