Who’s who


Simon Tustin

Executive Officer

Former tank soldier and history teacher, Simon became a Christian at Sandhurst.  Army service included Iraq, Kuwait and Congo (DRC).  He has a PhD in International Relations. Married to Francine, they are members of St Andrew the Great in Cambridge.

Contact Simon at simon.tustin@interanglicanaid.org

About Simon...

Tabitha Muthui

East Africa Manager

Growing up, Tabitha accompanied her father as he preached the Gospel in poor areas in Kenya. As a missionary in South Sudan she founded a Christian girls’ school. Widely experienced in managing development projects, she has a heart for helping girls and women escape poverty and grow as Christians.

Contact Tabitha at tabitha.muthui@interanglicanaid.org

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Liz Trump

Projects Manager (Education, microfinance & WASH)

Liz started working for AID in 2022 as project manager for our Education, Microfinance and WASH projects. Previously she worked in the Houses of Parliament and then the European Parliament in Brussels as a political assistant working on a wide range of subjects including foreign policy, religious freedom and human rights. Liz lives in Brussels with her husband and two sons.

Contact Liz at elizabeth.trump@interanglicanaid.org

About Liz...

Alice Lane


A former solicitor, Alice has been working as a charity administrator since 2009, joining AID in 2014.  She is married to Ian and they have three grown-up/almost grown-up daughters.  Alice enjoys living in Northumberland, real coffee and Danish pastries.

Contact Alice at alice.lane@interanglicanaid.org

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Project Heads


Remijo Ladu Lino Swaka


Remijo was born during Sudan’s civil war and ended up in northern Sudan with his parents. He has an Undergraduate Diploma in Environmental Health and Hygiene Promotion from Khartoum University. He also has an Undergraduate Diploma in Public Health Care from Omdurman Ahila University. He has over 15 years’ experience in Public Health Sector working with different Non-governmental organizations like Cordaid where he worked as Preventive Health Supervisor. 

Remijo Ladu was previously the Trumpeter Community Health Coordinator in South Sudan, overseeing the 32 Trumpeters.

About Remijo...

Drs Anil and Shalini Cherian

Director of the Jonglei Health Sciences Institute, South Sudan

Anil is a consultant paediatrician and Shalini a consultant obstetrician and gynaecologist.  Both studied at Vellore Medical College in India. They followed God’s call to train health workers for South Sudan in 2013. They launched the training Institute AID supports in Kampala Uganda and moved to Bor, South Sudan in 2018.

Before this they worked for over 20 years in North India with the Emmanuel Hospital Association an indigenous Christian organization and were in positions of senior management and leadership.

About Anil and Shalini...

Samuel Ltekwan Leaduma

Microfinance Manager - Marsabit, Kenya

Samuel is a graduate of the Cooperative University of Kenya with a Diploma in Cooperative management. He is a professional accountant with experience working in the County government of Marsabit.

About Samuel...

Amuna Rose

AID Coordinator - Yei, SOUTH SUDAN

Amuna doubles as the AID coordinator for all projects in Yei as well as head of our microfinance project in Yei. 

Amuna is a trained administrator and has worked for the government for many years. 

About Amuna...

Charity Santio Pitia Soka

Agriculture Coordinator - Gondokoro, South Sudan

Charity studied natural resources at Juba university and also worked with our Trumpeter Community Health team for several years. She has a passion for agriculture and now heads up the training of families in Gondokoro in modern farming practices. She makes sure to begin and end each meeting and training session with prayer.

About Charity...


Rt Rev. Jonathan Pryke

Chair of Trustees

Jonathan is senior minister of Jesmond Parish Church in Newcastle upon Tyne, an Anglican church which has a strong tradition of support for mission around the world, including in East Africa. He was originally a civil engineer. He has been a supporter of AID and its work from its inception.

About Jonathan...

Rev. David Holloway


David is vicar of Jesmond Parish Church, Newcastle upon Tyne. His enthusiasm for church strengthening and development projects in Africa stems from a post-university teaching assignment in Sudan.  He believes the Episcopal and Anglican Churches are key to transformation in Africa. 

About David...

Lord Curry of Kirkharle KB CBE


Lord Curry is a crossbench MP in The House of Lords and has extensive agricultural experience. His report ‘Farming and Food – A Sustainable Future’ prompted a review of government policy. He believes AID’s projects to assist the Episcopal Church are “critical to the future stability of South Sudan”.
About Lord Curry...

Canon Dr. Chris Sugden


Besides extensive experience in the Church of England and service in India and Africa, Chris is currently PhD Programme Leader at the Oxford Centre for Religion and Public Life. He helped start the Oxford Centre for Mission Studies and was director of the 2008 Jerusalem Conference of GAFCON.
About Chris...

Rev. Canon Charles Raven


Charles is Director of Development for Relay 200, a project of Relay Trust, that trains grassroots Christian leaders and Bible teachers in poor areas of the Anglican Communion. Previously, he worked for Archbishop Eliud Wabukala in Kenya as Officer for Anglican Communion Affairs and then for GAFCON.
About Charles...

Camilla Symes


Camilla serves as the Global Director for Transformational Development at World Vision International.

Her role includes leading the technical teams responsible for thinking and learning related to effectively reaching the most vulnerable children, as well as ensuring sustainability. 

Previously Camilla studied at All Nations Christian College in Ware and spent 13 years as a Crosslinks Mission Partner/Associate in South Africa, building the capability and resilience of churches and faith and community-based organisations responding to the HIV and AIDS epidemic. She has written over a dozen books and manuals, including for the UK Government (DFID/FCDO), The South African Department of Health and Tearfund.

She lives near Oxford with husband Andrew, where they attend Christchurch Botley (AMiE).

About Camilla...

Rt Rev Gary Nelson


Gary is Australian and has been involved in cross-cultural ministry ever since he and his wife, Christine, were young missionaries in Papua New Guinea. He has led a missionary diocese, worked at Moore Theological College and trained ministers and evangelists across Africa, including in Uganda and South Sudan. He has also established Bible training programmes in Sabah and Fiji.  He is currently involved in setting up a new Bible college in Papua New Guinea.

About Gary...