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If you have a specific enquiry relating to programme development, funding partnerships, or anything else - please reach out directly.

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Director of Strategic Engagement

Shelley leads the Partnerships team to develop innovative funding strategies to deliver the greatest results for those we support and work with in Africa and Asia.


Director of Programmes and Investments

Alok joined the team as Director of Programmes and Investments in January 2021. Alok oversees the management, design and implementation of all of our programmes.


Director of Human Resources and Operations

Carla leads all HR and Operations activities and is responsible for the provision of a comprehensive and professional Human resources service.


Head of Institutional Funding

Susan is responsible for securing funding from government sources globally to expand the organisation’s work to finance nutrition programmes.

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Head of Corporate Partnerships

Chris works with our existing supporters and exploring opportunities to welcome new partnerships to tackle malnutrition.


Head of Foundation Partnerships

Kathryn provides responsive relationship management for our existing foundation partners and leads on our approaches to new partnerships.


Head of Communications

Hannah leads on elevating the organisation’s brand and profile within the international development sector.


Strategic Consultant for the Middle East

Nadia advises on the acquiring and diversification of funding for nutrition from foundations, corporates and high-net worth individuals based in the GCC.


Monitoring, Evaluation and Programme Manager

Suleiman is responsible for the collection and processing of data across our portfolio to understand and assess our programmes and to influence future programme design.