Stebs is a filmmaker from San Francisco. He met the Projects For All team in 2015 during the Hello Hub build in Kidubuli, Uganda – and fell in love with everything the organisation stands for. With his personal work, he has a deep love and curiosity for people and why they do what they do. He works
Hillary met the team of Projects For All in 2015 when he joined the community build team in Fort Portal, Uganda. He co-founded Kadiofy, a non-profit organisation that caters for the socio-economic and health needs of children and young adults.
In the field since 2013, he has worked with communities, non-gouvernmental organisations, the private sector and departments of the local gouvernment on a number of social problems that hinder development and growth within the local communities.
During the build of the Hello Hub in Suleja, he represented his community and assisted the Projects For All team throughout the project. As Community Support Officer for Hello World he guides the community members on how to use the Hello Hub and what services it has to offer.
Monika always had a keen interest in supporting the charitable sector and using communications to achieve organisational objectives. Her passion to work with underprivileged communities in developing countries stems from her early studies, and she is determined to giving them a voice and making their stories heard.
Prior to working with Projects For All, Drew founded Pangea Educational Development, an organisation partnering with schools across Uganda to make comprehensive, sustainable development serving as its Director of International Operations.
Katrin founded Projects for All in 2013 with the aim of fostering community ownership of development projects and thereby empowering marginalized communities. Her passion for giving a voice to individuals and communities was shaped by her time living in Nigeria and Ethiopia working in human rights advocacy and development.