Our trustees

The charity known as the Kinamba Community Project was founded to support the community project in Kinamba, Kigali, Rwanda.

The UK registration number of the charity is 1126601. Information can be found on the Charity Commission website www.charitycommission.gov.uk.

There are four trustees of the charity, all working as volunteers; there are no paid staff in the UK.

Meg FletcherMeg Fletcher: Founder of the project in Rwanda, Meg worked in Primary Education in the UK for 39 years before retiring and going to Rwanda as a VSO volunteer from 2006 to 2008. She has worked in Rwanda for the project since 2009 returning regularly to the UK.

Meg manages the work of all aspects of the Rwandan project.

Kathryn McCartneyKathryn McCartney: Kathryn is now enjoying retirement after completing 35 years in Building Society Financial Services. She now enjoys time to walk, garden and learn how to make bobbin lace.

Kathryn manages the UK accounts.

Kathryn PinkKathryn Pink: Kath has worked in a number of roles in education as a secondary teacher and deputy head teacher in the UK, and most recently as a local authority school improvement officer and associate Ofsted inspector.

Kath is the fundraising manager and is responsible for project evaluation

Gemma MoffattGemma Moffatt: Gemma first came to Rwanda as a volunteer in 2007. Following this she became a trustee of Kinamba Community Project.

Since that time she has worked with different charities in the UK and Africa on a number of education based projects and is now a teacher working in the UK.

Ken McCallumKen McCallum: Ken is not a trustee but is a valued member of our team. He is a Technical Project Manager from London, UK and helps us out with our Website and general IT Queries.

Between 2010 & 2012 Ken cycled across the continent of Africa raising money for Orphaned and/or Street Children. He visited us in Kigali in October 2011 volunteering for a couple of weeks, before continuing to finish his cycle in South Africa in July, 2012. He guest wrote our July 2012 Newsletter and continues to help where he can.

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