Colin was one of the founding trustees and has been visiting Kenya for over 20 years, with both “Wishing for a Well” and the Akamba Aid Fund. As a Managing Director of a heating engineering business, Colin brings his expertise to our water and construction projects.
Dr James Buckle
James became a trustee in 2003 with the focus of establishing the Akamba Aid Fund’s health projects program. He has worked as a General Practitioner for the last 30 years and helps to support remote clinics with training and education.
Simon, a practising Optometrist, has made several visits to Kenya and set up the Akamba Aid Fund Eye Clinic. He became a trustee in 2011 and continues to lead eye health projects.
Trudy’s first trip to Kenya was in 2013. She joined the board of trustees in 2014. As a practice nurse, she focuses on the health projects and heads up the Ruby Cup initiative.
Ray first visited Kenya in 2016 and became a trustee in 2017. After a career in Educational Management, his role is to continue to develop the charity’s educational projects.
Tanya’s first trip to Kenya was with ‘Wishing for a Well’ in 2008. She became a trustee of the Akamba Aid Fund in 2019. Tanya is involved in the educational projects using her skills as a Special Educational Needs and Disabilities Consultant.
Emily, a Physiotherapist, first visited Kenya with the charity in 2006 and joined the board of trustees in 2019. She assists with Health and Education projects.