Johnson leads a team of 8 who, from finance to HR, logistics and pursuing in-country funding, are busy supporting all our field offices and make sure everything keeps moving forward smoothly.
Vickie leads a team of 12 who serve rural communities in Luwero district. They carry our new shallow hand dug well construction, re-sites, rehabilitations, and community training.
Gabriel leads a team of 10 who serve rural communities in Jinja district. His team construct, re-site and rehabilitate shallow hand dug wells., and train communities in good sanitation and hygiene.
Executive Director (UK)
Rev Canon Andrew Pearson founded the Trust in 1982. His leadership and determination has driven the Trust forward. In 2011, he received a "highly commended" award in the Principal of the Year category at the Charity Times Awards.
Bugembe/ Kaliro Manager
Agnes leads a team of 6, who run our two micro-finances projects, enabling households to construct latrines in the peri-urban slum of Bugembe, and construct rain water harvesting tanks in rural Kaliro.
Musa leads a team of 9 who are implementing a rehabilitation project in Luuka district. They are also introducing our "Payment By Results" program into communities.
Mark manages our water source database, the outrider monitoring team, writes donor project reports and manages the Guest House.
Lydia joined B.T. in 2019 and is head of our UK operations. She has several years of experience in international development, with a focus on sustainable water management, agriculture and food security. Lydia graduated with a BSc in International Food and Agri-Business from the Royal Agricultural College and has a Master's in Water Science, Policy and Management from the University of Oxford.
Meet our Board
Jonathan has been a trustee since 2013. He holds executive roles with a Saudi company and divides his time between London and Riyadh. He also serves as a trustee of the Diocese of Cyprus and the Gulf Foundation which supports the work of the Anglican church in the Middle East.
Whilst attending St James' Church in Shirley, Southampton, Rob visited Busoga Trust's work in Uganda and he has been a supporter of the trust ever since. Rob lives in Dorset with his family. His work in the technology industry has given him experience across a range of sectors.
Anthony has been a trustee and associated with the Trust for over 20 years. He is currently Chairman of two technology start-ups and has worked on the boards of 42 technology businesses spanning a 36 year career. Anthony is a committed Christian and keen horseman.
David has been a trustee since 2015 and is company secretary of a medium-sized mining company. In his spare time he enjoys walking and gardening, and is a trustee of his local village hall and recreation ground.