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UK Trustees of REAP

We would like to take this opportunity to thank you for visiting the website and for all that you do to support the REAP team in Kenya.

Please do feel free to contact us if you have any questions or queries, using the contact form below.

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Philip - Chair

An engineer by profession Philip is a member of Greyfriars Church in Reading.
He has supported the work of REAP since its inception in 1999 and has a heart for the poor and marginalised.
He is married to Rosalind and they have two grown-up sons.

Photo of Hannah Sharland - Secretary and Trustee of Reap

Hannah - Secretary

Hannah has been a trustee since September 2018.
She first visited the REAP office in Nairobi when she was 11 years old, during a family holiday. Since then, she has visited three more times and got to know the team as well as experiencing the fantastic work that they do.
She works as a teacher but in her free time, she is a keen gardener and enjoys propagating her own crops and medicinal herbs.

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Stephen - Data protection officer

Stephen has a keen interest in the work of REAP as he worked in Kenya for more than 20 years with church-based community development programmes including agriculture, water supplies and care of the environment.
He was, with his family, a Church Mission Society (CMS) mission partner in Kenya and now manages CMS's work in Africa. Stephen has met the REAP team in Nairobi several times and visited the Kajulu farm.
He is keen to see how the teaching and practice of REAP can impact a wider community to uplift people in Kenya and beyond.

Trustee Nick Burn

Nick

Nick joined the trustees toward the end of 2021.
He has worked in international development with a number of development agencies for 40 years, with over 10 years spent living in Africa.
Currently a Senior Programme Manager with CBM International, Nick supports work on elimination of tropical diseases in DRC.
He has known Roger since the 1980s and has followed the work of REAP since its inception.

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