The SEED Project has two boards of trustees: one in the UK and one in Zimbabwe. It has two full-time staff in Zimbabwe and one part-time staff member in the UK, plus numerous volunteers in both countries. For further details, please see the other pages in this section.



The SEED Project currently has two full-time staff based in Harare, Zimbabwe: Senior Community Development Worker: Robert Kazunga, who joined in 2005, and Community Development Worker: Nyasha Migioni, who joined in 2010. Together they are responsible for all the day-to-day running of the charity in Zimbabwe, including admin, finance, and the vitally important support and advice to communities that SEED is all about.



In the UK, SEED employs a part-time Volunteer Coordinator. The charity also benefits from voluntary assistance with its finances and accounts and from a Project Development Assistant, for which trustees are greatly appreciative. Contact us with any questions you might have about how to get involved.



Both boards of trustees are made up of committed individuals who give their time and expertise voluntarily. Their contribution is greatly valued, as they are responsible for the overall direction of the charity. The founders, Jackson and Marie Nazombe, sit on the UK board of trustees and visit Zimbabwe whenever possible. For bios of the members of each board, please visit Zimbabwe trustees and UK trustees. All but the newest of the UK trustees have visited Zimbabwe and experienced the work of SEED first-hand.

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