Dolen Cymru - Wales Lesotho Link is the name of the Registered Charity (1143448) and the  Company Limited by Guarantee (07578753). The Trustees of the charity are Directors of the Company



Dolen Trustees 

Paul Myres


Paul is a retired GP who worked for thirty years in a practice near Wrexham.  His youngest son , Andy attended Penley School which has a link with St Saviours in Leribe, North Lesotho.  Andy had a great time and Paul met teachers and students from  Leribe when they visited Wales.When Paul became Chair of the Royal College of GPs in Wales in 2012 he visited Lesotho with Carl Clowes and met the director of the Family Medicine Training Programme,  later establishing a link between RCGPWales, Dolen Cymru and the Fam Med Programme. He has been part of six visiting health professional teams supporting training in mental health and palliative care. He has also been involved in the training Dolen Cymru has provided to other health care professionals in Lesotho and visited schools in Thaba Tseka, Leribe and Maseru.He was chair of the Dolen Health Group until 2019 and has been chair of the Trustee Board since November 2018.   He is also treasurer for the Wales and Africa Health Links Network and on the Board of Hub Cymru Africa.

He and his wife enjoy walking and are slowly completing a circuit of Wales. Paul raised money for Dolen Cymru for the first 100 miles along the north Wales coast and more recently by abseiling by (and in!) the 630 ft waterfall at Semonkong.


Maria Moore



Aaron Pritchard



Florence Ngobeni-Allen

Simangele Florence Allen moved to the UK from South Africa four years ago with her British husband and two sons. She has over 20 years experience in  community development. She specialises in mental health and is a qualified counsellor and passionate about working with marginalised groups to help them access psychotherapeutic services and support.


Janet Ivimey-Cook



Gareth Morgans


Dylan Gallanders



Vicki Norrish

Victoria is an experienced primary school teacher working in a large multi-cultural school in Cardiff with a passion for global development, citizenship and children’s rights education. She studied at Bath Spa University before gaining a Master’s in Education from Cardiff University.

She first joined Dolen Cymru in 2018 as a volunteer teacher in the six month Lesotho Teacher Placement Programme(LTPP). During this time, she worked with teachers, trainee teachers and children in the mountain town of Thaba Tseka, collaborating and sharing teaching practice while also sharing the journey with her school back in Wales.

Since her return, she has been a member of the Education Committee for Dolen Cymru. Her work and links with Lesotho have continued, thorough school linking and shared activities between Wales and Lesotho (such as the annual World Water Day International Olympiad). She became a Board Member and Trustee for Dolen Cymru in early 2020.


Lehlaka Mohapi




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