UK Support Team


Mora Awolesi

MoraMora works for a London Local Authority and has a background in Project Management. She is married with two children.

Mora is very passionate about GAAP’s vision and is looking forward to making a positive contribution to the cause.


Marian Kah

marieanneMarianne visited one of the Nigerian orphanages depicted on our website in 2008. Having seen the conditions that the children lived in, particularly the disabled children, she came back determined to help make a difference to the orphans’ lives.

She was delighted to discover that GAAP are helping the very children she cannot forget and has joined our organisation as a volunteer. She is also involved with Camp Cando Organisation, a UK charity which provides an annual activity holiday for young adults from London with learning disabilities.

A graduate in Modern Languages and Marketing from Salford University, Marianne works in the field of Expatriate Management.

Valerie Tulloch

valValerie Tulloch currently works for a large UK children’s charity. Her background is in social work and she has spent the past 20+ years working in various capacities with children, young people and their families. She brings a wealth of knowledge about setting up and delivering safe services for children.

Valerie chose to get involved with GAAP after being infected with Abbey’s enthusiasm for the project and impressed by his drive and commitment to making a difference to children in need in Africa.


Petra Orebanwo

petraPetra is a qualified nurse and currently works within the field of urology and oncology as a specialist nurse in the South East of England.

She is happily married to Abbey and has two children and enjoys spending time away with her family.

She shares a deep passion for children’s rights and believes that their future is the future of the world.



Abi Idowu

abiAbi is a graduate with an M.A. in Human Resources Management from the University of Bolton with a lot of interest in community fundraising.

Abi also works as a volunteer for Bolton FM station as a newscaster and trainer.
She is also a mentor and art facilitator for socially excluded and disadvantaged people with the Bolton Race Equality Commission.

As a performance artist and writer, Abi’s love for music underpins her passion for solutions to child poverty.

Abi believes that together we can make poverty history.


Hollie Kemal

hollieHollie is a UKA qualified Salsa instructor and vocal coach with an extensive corporate career also.

She now focusses on providing her little family with the best start in life that she can.

With an innovative passion for creating ideas and seeing them come to life and grow. Hollie is an integral part of GAAP’s fundraising co-ordinating.




Caroline McGhee

Caroline MCgheeIs a qualified Primary School Teacher with a passion for educating children and has worked in both the public and private sector.

Caroline has been instrumental in organising and promoting many of GAAP’s Salsa charity events and is a valuable and reliable team member.