Fraser  Simpson

Fraser Simpson

Legal counsel, Plan International

Fraser Simpson is legal cousel for international NGO Plan International and was previously a specialist charities lawyer at Stone King Sewell.

Fraser is co-founder of the Child's i Foundation which provides a transitional home and family support centre to provide quality short-term care for babies in Uganda, where disease, poverty and violence have led to the abandonment of hundreds of children every year.

 

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