Meet Other RaHa Members
Kadu TitiStephanus H. VermeulenChristian H. LeebSarah-Jane BrownlieSandy FoxDaniel Choya SoléRuslan Lavrinenko
Titi, DuGut™ Inc. Advisor on Clean Water and Sustainability in Developing Countries, is a native Kenyan who thoroughly understands the culture, the system, and the people. He knows how to overcome roadblocks to accomplish his goals. He works beyond tribe and community to bring toilets and fresh water wherever there is a need —in every area of his country or the world.
Titi’s civil engineering background, management experience and understanding of the Kenyan culture make him uniquely capable to lead these projects.
While Titi works personally with the projects, he does not draw a salary from donations. All money donated goes directly into toilets for the toilet-less and rainwater harvesting or boreholes for water-deprived villages.
Sarah lost 80% of her sight (see her dog guide in the photo)
Her PhD topic is on Poverty & Disability, Cause, Cures & Consequences. Her theory is that by supporting the disabled to have an income that covers their needs in their society, the impact is that the whole community will correct the issues arising from the poverty enforced on people globally.
There are several parts to the work all of which should impact positively on: the way disability is treated; how globally families with disabled members are far more likely to live in poverty; and, how much people with disabilities have to offer the world if given chance to gain education and employment.
Sarah founded & runs 4 non profit organisations in England:
- one supports disabled people in poverty through advocacy. It enables the disabled to get employment within the care and maintenance industry.
- One supports homeless people in the UK to build and regenerate homes for themselves.
- One, a food and clothes bank, provides clothes and food to those in need – it does this through and with a community cafe.
- The 4th is a collective impact project.
Thanks to Ruslan, CEO of Zander Agro LLC, RaHa can do boreholes on defined land or plot, for agreed water capacity and internationally accepted water quality.
RaHa borehole is the only sure solution for urgent cases and for areas that have no water at all, where other drillers and geophysics have failed to get water after several trials.