Who we are - Trustees
Brian Arthur is a founding Trustee of the Kisoboka Trust. Brian is a Southampton UK resident and is a semi retired Chartered Accountant.Read More
Norman Martin is a retired Chartered engineer and professional manager. With experience in several branches of engineering specialising mainly in Project Manangement, maintenance and facilities management.Read More
On retirement Norman formed a “virtual” organisation known as Newtraid to provide an on line meeting place for volunteer consultants and clients. As a result of contacts made through Newtraid Norman became involved with hospital projects in Uganda and received requests for support from a school in Uganda. As a result of assistance from the trustees and others The Kisoboka Trust was formed to respond to such requests and support projects in water sanitation and health related areas.
Debbie joined us as a trustee in 2013. Debbie is qualified with a Bsc Hons Community Nursing / Public Health, and the Diploma in Tropical Nursing from the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine.Read More
In Sierra Leone she works mainly in Kamakumba, a remote jungle village in the North. She has been instrumental in helping to start the first ever health post in the village and liaised with government officials on her latest journey, to discuss registration for the ‘clinic’. This also brought about the first ever vaccination programme in Kamakumba.
Who we are - Volunteers
Graeme responded to a request for more help in running the charity and has joined The Kisoboka Trust as a volunteer.Read More
Emily is a recent language graduate from Southampton University and has joined Kisoboka as a volunteer.Read More
Emily uses her skills to edit our newsletters and develop our use of social media platforms. She also persuades elderly trustees and others to join in energetic fund raising activities.
This could be you
Whatever your skills and experience you would be welcome to join us!
Who we are - Partners and Donors
These are the groups and organisations without whom we would not have been able to make “it possible”.
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The Notre Dame Community Outreach Association are our main partners based in the Masaka district of Uganda.
NDCOA is a “not for profit” organisation registered in Uganda. They have identified local projects and worked on development of proposals and took a major role in the management of the pump rehabilitation project in Kalungu District.
Notre Dame Community outreach Association
The Kenya Rainwater Association have partnered with us on several projects in Kenya.
These include a sanitation project at a primary school in the Mathare area of Nairobi, a rain water harvesting system and storage tanks at schools in Ruai and Kitengela. The project at the Kitengela school also included boys, girls and staff latrines and a horticulture water storage system.
The Kenya Rainwater Association
ROPE is a UK based charity.
They provided the generous funding for a major project at a primary school in Kitengela Kenya. This included a rain water harvesting system, separate toilets for boys, girls and staff plus a water storage tank for horticulture use at the school.
The Waterloo Foundation is a UK charitable trust based in Wales.
They generously provided funds for toilets and washrooms for girls at a secondary school in Masaka , Uganda. This replaced a mud floored corrugated sheeting structure with little privacy.
The Waterloo Foundation
Living Water Africa is a UK based Charity.
They have supported Kisoboka with matched funding (with Kitchen Table Charities Trust) for our project to reinstate broken pumps and protected springs in the Kalungu district of Uganda.
Living Water Africa
The Kitchen Table Charities Trust is a UK based supporting smaller development charities.
KTCT have supported Kisoboka with matched funding (together with Living Water Africa) for our project reinstating water pumps and protected springs in the Kalungu district of Uganda.
Kitchen Table Charities Trust
St Edwards is special school located in Romsey UK.
St Edwards have consistently supported Kisoboka over many years with support for several projects at a school in Masaka Uganda.