Annelies van der Vorm
A sustainable ecologically minded entrepreneur and supporter of nonprofit organisations in the social and health care sectors, she is a founder and member of the board of the Anan Clinica Foundation.
A doctor with a special interest in surgery and who lost her heart to the beauty of Africa after doing her medical traineeship there. Lutske gave up her job as a surgical doctor in January 2010 to go work in Nanatha as a volunteer. She set up a health education project there to determine where the community’s needs lie. She is a founder and member of the board of the Anan Clinica Foundation.
An economist with a very special place in her heart for Africa, she conducted research on microfinancing in Tanzania as part of her thesis. She adds substantial value as a member of the board, and keeps a close eye on all donations to ensure that the money ends up where it should. In Nanatha of course!
A doctor, she was the second volunteer to become one via Anan Clinica. Together with her partner, she led Anan Clinica’s latrine project. She was so inspired by this successful project and the gratitude shown by the community that she wanted to do more for the organisation. Together with José, she set up the volunteer programme.
Our project leader on location is a local Mozambican with in-depth knowledge of the community. Originally from the village of Malema, he is married and has two children. His broad knowledge of the languages he speaks (Portuguese, Makua and English) and his organisational skills are essential to the success of the projects. He is a huge help for our volunteers in communicating with the community in Nanatha, and is an amazing source of information for us on community matters. His dream is to become a teacher.
An international business student, she was the first non-medical trainee at Anan Clinica. She set up a project focusing on financial and economic concepts in order to teach the local people the basics of money, saving and investing. As a member of the board, she helps find and train students who would like to continue these types of projects.
She was the account manager for special donors for the AIDS Fund and the Amsterdam Dinner Foundation to fight for a world without AIDS. From 1991 to 2004, she worked on a freelance basis in southern Africa as a property manager and allocator for corporate housing.
A doctor, he worked for Anan Clinica as a volunteer in 2016, and during his project, he worked with a fellow student to map out the degree of malnutrition in Nanatha. The project also focused on sanitation and hygiene, and resulted in the construction of a new latrine and a place for schoolchildren to wash their hands. Since then, he has been supervising medical interns who are doing their traineeship in Nanatha and is also responsible for the recruitment of new volunteers.