Elliot Barnes, one of the organization's founders, has worked for Project Kesho as a Program Manager and Executive Director since 2007. Living in Tanzania from 2007-2012, Elliot now spends most of his time in Seattle with regular trips to both Tanzania and Uganda.
Abbas Sanga has worked for Project Kesho from the beginning, helping establish local contacts and wade through bureaucracy in registering Project Kesho in Tanzania. Abbas, through growing up in the area where we work, has been invaluable with his skills in translating, networking, logistics, and is the face of Project Kesho both in his native Tanzania and in Uganda.
Sarah Kiggundu, the owner/operator of Little Angels Primary School and Orphanage, has partnered with Project Kesho since 2007. Sarah's orphanage, located in Mityana, Uganda, not only helps to provide food, clothing, and medicine to the more than 60 students who stay nightly, but also a loving home to the most vulnerable in her community