Charles & Tina Macharia
Charles is a qualified social worker, peer educator employed and Trainer. Charles was as a team leader and project manager for a reputable U.K. based gap-year company, Africa-Asia Venture. When not supervising school-based aid projects in Uganda and Kenya, Charles is a social & academic counselor in local schools in Nairobi. Charles works closely with head teachers to select promising, disadvantaged pupils.
Tina works full time as a legal secretary. She is responsible for the administration of The MASH Foundation website, keeping you up to date with the latest news from the MASH Foundation.
Nancy is a science teacher at Mutomo primary school with long term experience of the Kenyan education system. Nancy is responsible for selecting cases for the MASH Foundation. Nancy has a keen understanding of the challenges faced by the families of many of the pupils we sponsor.
Michael is the MASH Foundation’s agricultural expert, giving technical advice to microfinance-based programs in local schools.
Introduction to The Mash Foundation Trust
The MASH FOUNDATION TRUST is a non profitable charity organization. It was initiated in April 2008 as a children’s sponsorship charity program. The first recipient was a Ugandan boy called Julius Edwardo aged 13 years. From August 2008, the initiative grew as a charity organization until 13 April 2009 when official registration of The MASH FOUNDATION TRUST in Nairobi, Kenya was done.
The Mash Foundation Trust programs seek to empower, educate and support communities, orphans and vulnerable children in Africa. The MASH Foundation works from grassroots scheme and strives for social improvement through bottom up development. Scholarship system for the children increases secondary school graduation rates and university acceptance as well as maximizing social return on donor investments.
Our mission is to facilitate provision of basic education to all orphans and needy children in Kenya and Uganda as well as give social help, health related information and financial support to eradicating poverty and improve living conditions of communities in Africa.
Our vision is to empower communities with information and better health.
Orphaned and Vulnerable Children, community based organizations and institutions