Foundation Team

The Foundation team has grown to include over 80 employees and 200 volunteers across 300 villages in the Time + Tide areas of operation. 

Naonga Shawa Banda

Naonga Shawa Banda

Programmes Manager

“Our approach works because we implement best-fit interventions at the individual level. We are committed to seeing meaningful outcomes for children, their families and communities.”

Prisca Sakala Chanda

Prisca Sakala Chanda

Female Empowerment Coordinator

“I love my job because it allows me to empower girls and help them to discover who they really are.”

Ruth Chisola

Ruth Chisola

Female Empowerment Coordinator Liuwa Plain

“The most rewarding thing about my job is being there for girls and teaching them how to read.”

Francesca Cooke

Francesca Cooke

Administration Manager

“The Foundation approach works because it is driven by meaningful data and community-approved interventions. To see what has been achieved so far makes me excited to be part of the team.”

Elizabeth Ellis

Elizabeth Ellis

Executive Director

“What I love most about my job is discovering the many resourceful and wonderful ways that residents in our communities take care of each other.”

Daniel Falimanantsoa

Daniel Falimanantsoa

Community Liaison Officer Nosy Ankao

“What makes me excited about my job is the opportunity to educate our communities about the importance of conserving nature.”

Chate Kaunda

Chate Kaunda

Programme Officer South Luangwa

“What I love most about my job is being part of an enthusiastic team that is focused on delivering inclusive, safe learning environments for vulnerable children- especially those with special needs.”

Patrick Kazadi

Patrick Kazadi

Theatre Facilitator Lower Zambezi

“I love my job because it leaves my participants not only entertained, but educated, sensitized, and motivated.”

Inonge Liboma Sunkutu

Inonge Liboma Sunkutu

Home-based Education Manager

“I find being a community worker so rewarding. Through home visitations, workshops and Body Stress Release, I get a chance to share important home-based education and health tips with people.”

Catherine Makoni

Catherine Makoni

Programme Officer Liuwa Plain

“I love my job because everyone shares the same vision, which is to help people and see positive change in their lives, such as improvement in literacy levels and the general wellbeing of children with special needs.”

Mukelabai Muhongo

Mukelabai Muhongo

Home-based Education Assistant Lower Zambezi

“I love my job because I learn a lot of things, I now know how to identify and manage different disabilities. This knowledge helps me support children with special needs and their families.”

Mutinta Mulaye

Mutinta Mulaye

Programme Officer Lower Zambezi

“The most rewarding part about my job is seeing change in someone’s life and knowing that you were a part of the process.”

Bupe Musonda

Bupe Musonda

Administration Officer

“I love my job because it helps me improve the lives of children with special needs. Through Body Stress Release, I help them deal with mental and physical stress.”

Pumulo Muyunda

Pumulo Muyunda

Female Empowerment Coordinator Liuwa Plain

“I love my job because I find it gratifying to work with young girls. I enjoy teaching them how to read and helping them build confidence, and I am always happy to see their achievements whether big or small.”

Thokozile Phiri Mwamba

Thokozile Phiri Mwamba

Communications Manager

“I really love my job because it enables me to contribute to improving the lives of children. As a storyteller, it gives me profound joy and satisfaction to assist in sharing their stories with the world.”

Alice Mweetwa

Alice Mweetwa

Assistant Child Protection and Wellness Manager

“The most satisfying thing about my job is seeing differently abled children being accepted in their families and communities.”

Mulemba Ndonji

Mulemba Ndonji

Child Protection and Wellness Manager

“What I love most about my job is that it is a service to children and helps them become self-reliant. Time spent with the children and their parents is always heart-warming.”

Linda Njobvu

Linda Njobvu

Home-based Education Assistant South Luangwa

‘’What I love about my job is being surrounded by people with vast experience and various backgrounds both in the office and in the field. This exposure has contributed to my personal and professional growth.”

 Valérie Rajaonarison

Valérie Rajaonarison

Administrative Assistant Nosy Ankao

“The Time + Tide Foundation approach works because we closely engage with our beneficiaries I am proud to be part of a team that listens to the needs of the community and includes them in developing solutions.”

Faneva Rajemison

Faneva Rajemison

Conservation Stakeholder Liaison Nosy Ankao

“I am passionate about protecting our natural heritage. Working with Time + Tide Foundation is fulfilling because its approach prioritises education and the progress is visible.”

Zuo Jean Razafijaona

Zuo Jean Razafijaona

Conservation Field Coordinator Nosy Ankao

“I love my job because it always requires me to learn new things and gives me the opportunity to interact with like-minded individuals from different sectors.”

 Lea Razafimanitsony

Lea Razafimanitsony

Programme Officer Nosy Ankao

“I really like that the Time + Tide Foundation approach is community centred because working closely with local people helps them fully participate in the development process so that every success is community driven.”

Angelica Terance Saina

Angelica Terance Saina

Education Manager Nosy Ankao

“I love my job because I enjoy working with girls; I am able to guide, educate and inspire them. It’s really rewarding to see the girls learn and flourish.”

Sepo Silishebo

Sepo Silishebo

Monitoring & Evaluation Manager

“Data not only helps an organisation measure its impact, it also assists in telling stories of how the lives of beneficiaries are being changed. I am glad that my job enables me to tell stories through data.”

Sarah Zulu

Sarah Zulu

Female Empowerment Coordinator Lower Zambezi

“I love my job because each day is different, you are constantly challenged and learning something new from the parents and the children.”