About the Trustees:
Lois Pollock is the founder of EHT Uganda. She is an experienced and now retired social worker who specialized for over 30 years in HIV/AIDS, palliative care and frail aged care. She has made frequent visits to Uganda since 1995 - you can read more about her in a separate listing.
Min Stacpoole RN, MSc,is a research nurse in the Care Homes Project & Research Team Team of St. Christopher’s Hospice, London. She has been researching and writing up Namaste (a care program for people with advanced dementia at the end of life). Min worked with Lois in Romania back in the mid 1990’s to introduce communication skills for doctors and health workers in Romanian infectious diseases hospitals, in their work with abandoned children dying with HIV/AIDS.
David Pollock is a trustee of the British Humanist Association. He was President of the European Humanist Federation between 2006 - 2012, where he campaigned for secularism, human rights and equality within European and international institutions. He now represents the International Humanist and Ethical Union at the Council of Europe. He received the Distinguished Service to Humanism Award from the International Humanist and Ethical Union in 2011 and his own website is here. David acts as treasurer for EHT Uganda.