Our team

 
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Anne Lotter

Joint founder & CEO

Anne is responsible for the day-to-day running of the charity and is the main point of contact for any queries. She has travelled extensively in Uganda.

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Rachel Joint

Website & publications

Rachel takes a few hours away from her marketing and communications business each week, to update our website and publications. She is also one of our trustees.

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BARBARA KAALA

UK schools ambassador

Barbara was born in Uganda and now lives in London. She talks to schools in the UK about the work of the charity and also what it is like to live in Uganda.

Sue O’Toole

Sponsorship coordinator

Sue coordinates our sponsorship scheme. A former teacher, Sue has dedicated her retirement to supporting communities in Uganda.


Uganda Team

 

Moses Wabire

Headteacher, Radnor House Namakoko

Patrick Balidawa

Headteacher Gracious Primary

Emmanuel Muki

Headteacher, Joy Nursery and Primary


Trustees

 

Helen Hartley

Trustee

Helen has recently retired after a long and interesting career working in brand marketing for Unilever, a company which reaches deeply into many developing countries. This has influenced her interest in helping children to gain access to education, to improve their life chances.

MARK LYNCH

Joint founder & trustee 

Mark is married to Anne and is a London-based orthodontics specialist. He is an active member of the Scientific Exploration Society and has for many years enjoyed volunteering overseas. He is leading our project to build a new school on land at Mpigi.

 

Our Story 

Project Le Monde was first formed to help turn the aspiration of a school to help AIDS orphans into a reality, in Kyengera near Kampala. Two Ugandans started to build a school using iron sheets, but progress was slow because of lack of funding. A chance meeting in London in 2010, resulted in the creation of PLM to support this worthy cause. In six months, a patch of wasteland was transformed into a facility educating local primary aged children – Joy Nursery and Primary.

Since then, we have raised the funds to build and equip another school and we support a third school in rented accommodation. We are also hoping to start work on a fourth PLM school as soon as sufficient funds have been raised.