Charity trustees:

  • Helen Ralston
  • Trevor Stanton

Steve Millier resigned as Chairman from the Charity  effective 24 March 2017 due to other committments.  The charity now has two trustees who will have sole control over releasing any money. This would happen only when they are satisfied that the request is appropriate and timely.

Trudie Franklin

Trudie officially joined the charity in July 2015 but has been an integral member of the team since the outset. Trudie is the charity secretary and is involved in helping with managing the finances and communications.


Dr Philip Unwin
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Kamuli Friends Charity Founder
A GP from Henley who has been visiting Kamuli Mission Hospital since 2006, he has been an integral part of the latest developments as well as getting involved in clinical work during his visits. He has also leads the organisation of the fundraising events, which to date have been a great success.
Dr Alice Unwin
As a junior doctor with a special interest in overseas medicine, Alice helps facilitate the introduction of volunteers and elective students to Kamuli mission hospital as well as getting stuck into the clinical work at the hospital. She is also heading up Alice’s Ambulance Appeal, a fundraising initiative to raise money for an obstetric ambulance for the hospital. If you are at all interested in visiting Kamuli Mission Hospital please fill in the online form.
Dr Fredrick Lohmander
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Fred is a consultant breast surgeon from Sweden who provides invaluable surgical knowledge on his regular visits to Kamuli mission hospital. Fred is currently raising awareness of the work done in Kamuli Mission Hospital in Sweden. For more information about current fundraising in Sweden please contact Fred (

Lily Unwin

Other recent visitors include Lily Unwin, a medical student from Bristol University, and Tiffany Ralston studying sports rehabilitation at the Nottingham University.

Uganda Childbirth Injury Fund


Dr Brian Hancock, Dr Mhairi Collie, Ishbel Campbell and Dr Kate Darlow recently visited to run a Vesicovaginal Fistula (VVF) repair camp. The team stayed for two weeks and changed the lives of over 20 women affected by this debilitating childbirth injury. For more information visit

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Regular visitors include the Rotary Vocational Training Team who run week long training courses for the staff at Kamuli in essential obstetric and paediatric resuscitation skills. Additionally, the Uganda Childbirth Injury Fund run Fistula repair camps in Kamuli Mission Hospital twice a year. For more information about their work with fistula patients visit

Kamuli Friends page