At Cheka Sana, we come to work every day because we won’t stop until we create a just and fair world for street children
Founder and Head of Foundation
Our Head of the Foundation and Country Director’s Team are responsible for shaping our goals and ensuring we achieve them. The members of the senior management team are accountable to CSF’s Head of the Foundation who is in turn accountable to the Board of Trustees via the Chair.
Mutani is the Founder and the Head of the Foundation where is responsible for the organisation’s strategy, international philanthropic portfolio and fundraising. Mutani a former secondary school teacher, has been the driving forces behind Cheka Sana growth right from the very beginning.
Director, Cheka Sana Uganda
Anslem joined Cheka Sana Foundation as a volunteer in June 2019, when Mutani Yangwe asked him to help set up Cheka Sana Foundation Uganda. Since, Anslem has been working as a Director of Cheka Sana Uganda (as a volunteer), leading a team of 5 volunteers.
Director, Cheka Sana Tanzania
Joined Cheka Sana Tanzania in October 2020, Malembo Makene has a vast knowledge and experience in programme and project management, with over 19 years’ experience working with local and international organizations, in development and humanitarian in Tanzania. Makene, have created an impeccable track record of successful delivery of full lifecycle transformation.
Cheka Sana UK Board of Trustees
Cheka Sana is governed by our Board of Trustees. The Board meets regularly and is responsible for setting our strategic direction, as well as for our overall governance and overseeing our management. New trustees are chosen in consultation with the full Board, making sure that, collectively, the Board has the skills and experience needed to enable us to operate effectively. Meet the board and find out what motivates them to volunteer for us.
Dr Simon Obendorf
Dr Simon was born in Melbourne, Australia and currently teaches politics and international relations at the University of Lincoln. In addition to degrees in both law and in political science, he holds a PhD in international relations from the University of Melbourne. Simon’s academic work explores the ongoing impact of Western colonialism and imperialism in non-Western societies, in areas such as politics, society, gender, sexuality and development.
Our UK Volunteers
We’ve developed a supportive, collaborative environment, whereby everyone involved, including staff and volunteers, are empowered to share their expertise and inspired to develop their skills to improve street children’s lives.
If you believe that no child should have to live on the streets alone and that all children should grow up feeling loved with a sense of belonging, then please donate and support our work.