We are a partnership between the UK and Malawi. We also work alongside other organisations worldwide to promote behaviour and policy change for the most vulnerable and marginalised women and girls.

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DIRECTORS IN MALAWI

Janet Botha
Lecturer, Community and Mental Health Nursing, University of Malawi Kamuzu College of Nursing

Mary Ching’ang’a (Treasurer)
Head of Finance for Christian Health Association of Malawi (CHAM)

Dr. Ben Kaneka
Senior Lecturer, Chancellor George

Blazius Kwakwala
Human Resources Manager, Standard Bank

Sandra Mapemba
Country Coordinator, Malawi Population Reference Bureau

Charles Mazinga
Deputy Director for Nutrition, HIV and AIDS Prevention Programme, Government of Malawi

Chizaso Eric Nyirongo
Legal Practitioner and Public Notary, Malawi Law Commission

Robert Ngaiyaye (Chair)
Executive Director, Malawi Interfaith AIDS Association

Wina Sangala
Deputy Team Leader, Malawi Health Sector Programme (MHSP-TA)

Patrick Young
Executive Director, Theatre for a Change UK


TRUSTEES IN THE UK

Dominic Bailey (Co-Chair)
Director, Baxter and Bailey

Kay Chaston (Co-Chair)
Consultant 

Jo Confino
Executive Editor, Huffington Post

Tim Fassam
Head of Public Affairs, Prudential Assurance

Jo Feather
Independent International Development Consultant

Bernard Harborne
Lead Technical Specialist, Conflict in Africa, The World Bank

Anne-Marie Harris (Treasurer)
Trustee, Bridges Impact Foundation

Emil Levendoglu
Freelance Consultant

Simon Merchant
Partner, Flagstone Investment Management

Michelle Montgomery
Business Affairs Manager, Adidas

Mikey Rosato
Director of Programmes and Technical Assistance, Women and Children First


AMBASSADORS

Professor Mike Adler
University College London

Joan Iyiola
Actor

Toby Jones
Actor

Michael Keating
Head of United Nations, Somalia

Partners

Baxter and Bailey; The Bryan Guinness Charitable Trust; The Eleanor Rathbone Charitable Trust; The Ghana International Foundation; Pilotlight; The Rhododendron Trust.

Thanks also to all our individual and anonymous donors.