Annelies van der Vorm

Annelies van der Vorm

Founder and Board member

A sustainable ecology entrepreneur and supporter of non-governmental organizations in social and healthcare efforts. She is founder and board member of the Anan Clinica Foundation.

Carlijn Sturm

Founder and Secretary

A medical doctor with a special interest in transcultural psychiatry. She has lived and worked in psychiatry in Tanzania and South-Africa from 2010-2013. She was raised in Zambia where her parents worked as community workers and where her love for Africa was born at a young age. She is founder and board member of the Anan Clinica Foundation.
Lutske Lodewijk

Lutske Lodewijk

Founder and Chairman

A medical doctor with a special interest in surgery and whose heart was stolen by the beauty of Africa after her medical internship here. Lutske gave up her job as a doctor in surgery in January 2010 to work in Nanatha community as a volunteer to set up the community health education project and to determine the necessities of the community. She is founder and board member of the Anan Clinica Foundation.
Josien Bakker

Josien Bakker

Treasurer

An economist with a great heart for Africa, as a part of her thesis she conducted research on microfinance in Tanzania. As a board member she is of great value, as our financial officer she will keep a close eye on all the donations and she is dedicated to bring the money right on the place where it should be… Nanatha!
Marijke Thunnissen

Marijke Thunnissen

Board member

A medical doctor, was our second volunteer to go to Anan Clinica. Together with her friend she led Anan Clinica’s latrina project. She was so inspired by this succesfull project and the gratefulness of the community that she wanted to do more for Anan Clinica. Together with Jose she will focus on our volunteer program.
Feliciano

Feliciano

Project Leader

Project leader on site. He is a local Mozambiquan and close to the community. Originally he is from Malema. He is married and has two children. His great language (Portuguese, Makua and English) and organizational skills are vital to the success of the project. He is a great help for our volunteers in communicating with the Nanatha community and is a great resource of information for us on community matters. His dream is to become a teacher.
Lieke Hallegraeff

Lieke Hallegraeff

Board member

Is a student International Business and was the first non-medical related intern of Anan Clinica. She set up a project in Nanatha about financial and economical matters. As a board member, she helps out with finding and guiding students who will continue with this, or a similar project.