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Child of Hope in Uganda is run by husband and wife Moses & Bex Okotel who are supported by an executive team of Martin Hayter, Sam ? and Joseph ? who oversee a staff of 76 including a number of volunteers.
COH Uganda is a registered Non-Governmental Organisation (NGO) in Uganda (reg no. S-5914/7717), and currently employs more than 50 staff in Mbale, eastern Uganda.
In the UK, a team was developed to support the Ugandan operation and registered Child of Hope as a UK charity (England and Wales reg no.1136068) in 2010. That team now consists of seven trustees, two part-time paid roles of director and administrator, and ten volunteers.
If you would like to join the team, please click here.
In Ireland, Child of Hope is represented by Richard Latham and Cliona Davey, based in Dublin.
They were introduced to the work of Child of Hope in 2011 when Cliona volunteered at our school on the Welsh Assembly's management development programme International Learning Opportunities. She spent eight weeks helping to set up our fledgling welfare team and setting its highly-effective practices in place.