Welcome to meet the team.
Our Malawi nurses bring a wealth of experience and skills to the organisation.
Martin Katanga (Malawi CCO).
Our Chief Clinical Officer is highly respected with an exemplary career in the government health sector before joining us. He is a Trainer of Trainers in SRH.
Dr Kermani has a PhD in Immunopharmacology from St. Thomas’ Hospital London and a Degree in Pharmacology with Toxicology from King’s College London. He is a published author and has held both scientific and commercial roles in Europe and the US and is a key adviser to this organisation.
Dr Caroline Lockley (UK Team).
Having graduated in medicine from the University of Leicester in 2012, Dr Lockley is now a GP. “I am a keen advocate and supporter of the work of WMF. It was during my medical elective that I was given the invaluable opportunity to travel to Malawi to see at first-hand the great work they do. It would have been impossible to come home and forget what I had seen there.
Dr Tim Wiggin BSc MBBS MRCGP MSC; Medical Adviser
Dr Wiggin is a general practitioner with an interest in palliative care. He is currently based in Africa having spent nearly twenty years working on the front lines there. He played a key role in the development of the HIV treatment guidelines for Malawi.
Nazlie Chan Wing Yen; U.K. Project Coordinator
Nazlie was a management consultant, born on L’Ile de La Reunion. She brings a pragmatic approach with great attention to detail to on-the-ground project management, ensuring they deliver within budget despite the immense challenges of operating in resource-poor environments.
Michael Burt Founder & CEO (UK team).
Michael spent 23 years in the Department of Medical Physics at the Royal London Hospital. For many years a keen volunteer with a number of medical charities working in Africa, he used the experience gained to lay down the foundation stone of this organisation which is to always work hand-in-hand with the local communities.