The creator of the idea for Baho Neza Swe. Ann is a chiropractor and clown and has visited Rwanda during the autumn of 2018 with Clowns Without Borders to perform for those living in refugee camps. It was there that she first met Radjab and Mudi who are artists in Rwandan Acrobats. After visiting these refugee camps in Rwanda, the idea arose to create an organization to benefit vulnerable women in Rwanda. Thus Baho Neza Swe was created!
Founder & Chairman
Morgan who is from Canada has always been involved in issues that make a difference. After meeting Ann and taking part in the Baho Neza project, which aims to promote women's rights in Rwanda, she knew she could not say no to the chance to be involved and make a difference and contribute her knowledge and computer skills.
Morgan Young Bergman
Pamela works as a teacher but has a background as a drama teacher. This mix of educational and aesthetic tools is a guiding light for Pamela. She is driven by work that promotes positive changes and where you can influence by raising awareness and therefore Pamela wants to be involved in building Baho Neza. She has a long experience of non-profit board work, mainly in various theatre associations and has also been involved in organizations that worked with fair trade.
Pamela Häger Karlqvist
She is a happy and positive person who is educated in Public Health Science and Care Science. She previously worked as a teacher in Health and Sports. Today she is a trained district nurse and works as a school nurse at a high school. She has two grown children together with her partner Gustaf. In her free time she likes to cook and sing.
She works as a teacher with newly arrived young people. She has always been committed to valuing all people as equal and believes all people should have equal rights, especially children, young people and women. She worked in Bolivia with street children, lived in collective housing and thrives in contexts where she knows that she can contribute, make a difference and help those around grow together.
My name is Reuben Sallmander, 55 years young. I'm a father of four biological children and two foster children. I am an educated actor and singer and for many years I also performed contemporary dance. I am also an educated assistant nurse. I have a band, True Music Project ,that plays my own compositions. I have been meditating for about 25 years and I would say that mediation is the key to a good life. Volunteer work has always been an important part of my life. I believe the more you give, the more you get.
For many years Radjab took part in acrobatic shows together with Mudi in Rwanda. In 2018 Radjab took part in the Clowns Without Borders in Rwanda where he met Ann Hageus who was also taking part in the tour. Radjab is part of Rwandan Acrobats and is also a physiotherapist and masseur. He was the perfect choice to have working in Baho Neza's first part of the project of opening the Baho Neza Health & Culture Centre in Gisenyi, Rwanda promoting and giving better health to the public.
A yoga teacher, exercise instructor and skilled acrobat in Rwandan Acrobats. In 2018 while performing in Rwanda for Clowns Without Borders, he met Ann Hageus, as they performed together while on tour. He was the perfect choice to have working in Baho Neza's first part of the project of opening the Baho Neza Health & Culture Centre in Gisenyi, Rwanda promoting and giving better health to the public.