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Dr. Sharon Brown became the Vice President of Son Shine Christian Association Scholarship Fund (Fund) in 2008. The Fund was established in 2006 as a Florida non-profit corporation. It is an exempt organization under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. Sharon visited South Africa in 2002. That experience so impacted her that she became involved in yearly short-term mission trips to Benin, Togo, Uganda, Sudan and Ghana.


In January of 2008 Sharon visited Kajo Keji County in what was then southern Sudan. Today this is part of the new country of South Sudan. What she saw there so impacted her that she commissioned an assessment by the Faculty of Agriculture and Environment, Gulu University, to determine what it would take to bring food security to that country. The assessment was completed in July 2009. The assessment revealed that the land was suitable for agricultural production but there was limited manpower to cultivate the land. The improvement of agricultural extension service delivery was singled out as key to improving agricultural production.


 The work in Africa became the focus of the Fund after Sharon became the Vice President. The fund partnered with organizations in the United States and Africa to bring humanitarian relief and training to rural communities in Uganda and South Sudan. The name of the organization was changed to Son Shine Global Partners by registration in November of 2012 to better reflect the operation of the organization.


Today Son Shine Global Partners (SGP) is working in Uganda and Ghana through partnerships. SGP provides financial support to Malku Institute of Technology and other local institutions that provide humanitarian relief and training in rural communities.


Known for her straightforward yet compassionate delivery style, Dr. Brown is a successful attorney and entrepreneur in South Florida.  She leads with a mindset of creativity, stewardship and collaboration. She believes that SGP should take the education to the community promoting strong family relationships and providing practical, solution-focused education for the training and equipping of solution agents.


To advance the goals of SGP, Dr. Brown developed a Comprehensive Agricultural Training Programme (CATP) that seeks to empower the young people in African rural communities by equipping them with the right agribusiness skills. The program seeks to incubate them in an enabling environment that provides technical assistance and ensures that the young agro-entrepreneurs understand their markets and make the best connections to those markets. This program is in line with the United Nation Sustainable Development Goal 2.3 that targets to double the agricultural productivity and the incomes of small-scale food producers by 2030. CATP seeks to address the challenges of high youth unemployment and food insecurity that are facing many nations in Africa.


Dr. Brown received her Bachelor of Science (BS) degree in computer science from The University of Miami and her Juris Doctor (JD) degree from St Thomas University School of Law. She received a Ford Foundation Fellowship to pursue the Master of Laws (LLM) Degree in International Law at the University Of Miami School Of Law.

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Leadership and Governance

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Malku Institute of Technology is sponsored by Son Shine Christian Association Scholarship Fund Inc which is a US 501 c3 charitable organization incorporated under the laws of United States.

Neither Malku Institute of Technology, nor it's parent foundation has any political affiliation in US or abroad. 

The African Division is registered as a Ghanaian Educational Corporation.

Welcome to Malku Institute of Technology!

We are an international educational organization that seeks to develop entrepreneurs in rural and urban communities with high quality, efficient, accessible,and affordable education.

We provide a wide range of Vocational certificate level courses, Professional development and up-skilling courses, Business courses, IT and more. All at cost effective prices.

We are on a mission to be a beacon of exceptional, innovative and productive learning – a catalyst for the creation of sustainable jobs, by empowering youth and adults with a market demand and solutions focused education and training.

Son Shine Christian Association Scholarship Fund Inc is a US 501 c3 charitable organization registered in the state of Florida that provides financial support to Malku Institute of Technology.

Malku Institute of Technology Ghana Campus is registered as a Ghanaian Educational Corporation. We are registered with the Council for Technical and Vocational Education and Training - COTVET in Ghana.

Malku Institute of Technology’s goal is to create a cohesive, complementary and catalytic learning environment that serves to:

  • Provide world class practical education that empowers people to combat and escape poverty, disease, injustice and oppression, to pursue their aspirations and actualize their God given potentials.
  • Support the sustainability and diversification of global economies, and efforts to alleviate poverty and raise quality of life, through a culture of self reliance, sustainability, and commercialization.
  • Facilitate the research, diffusion and application of adaptive applied science technologies and techniques that increase productivity and efficiency for people of all economic levels, and support the exploration of the rich resource base for the development,
  • improvement and commercialization of beneficial products for both local and foreign consumption.
  • Build local human resource capacity in the area of spiritual, economic, political and social leadership, by preparing and equipping the youth and leaders – through quality practical leadership and entrepreneurial training – to more effectively lead, build, and create opportunities for their brethren, and impact their communities.
  • Educate, train and mentor current and next generation educators in special education, in order to develop the capacity and culture needed to address the catastrophic effect of the spectrum of disabilities on the lives of the disabled, and integrate this vast neglected and often unemployed population into the economic fabric of their communities.
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The Leadership Skills for Entrepreneurs program is a Chartered Management Institute (CMI) Recognized Program

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