“Over the past 15 years Trevor has been an integral part of our Community Challenge programmes, leading several teams in Africa, SE Asia and the Indian Subcontinent. During this time he has been a great ambassador and an exemplary leader, proving to be an exceptionally organised and adaptable individual.”

- Simon Albert: Director, Challenges (Un)Limited

Creating calm from chaos…

Covering global challenges that have included house builds in South Africa and Nepal, schools in Mali and Brazil and tsunami and earthquake relief in India, Sri Lanka and Haiti, Agama has been instrumental in overseeing some truly inspirational projects worldwide.

From the frozen roof of Africa to the searing sands of the Sahara, Agama has been at the forefront in providing support, expertise and input for disaster relief programmes, desert treks and a rapidly growing list of corporate team-building challenges that have spanned the globe from the slums of Sao Paulo to the jungles of Indonesia.


Gathering together from all four corners of the globe a team from Reckitt Benckiser (RB) and Save the Children headed out to India in October 2017 to help instigate a school renovation programme as part of a Stop Diarrhoea Initiative. Living and working amongst the rural communities around Bahraich, in Uttar Pradesh, there were numerous logistical challenges in getting the three teams to the heart of communities that were amongst some of the poorest in the region.


In February 2017, 40 trekkers from GSK hiked to the summit of Mount Kenya, Africa’s second highest mountain. Gathered from 24 different countries, they embarked on a journey that would eventually see them reach nearly 5,000 metres and raise over a quarter of a million pounds in much needed funds for Save the Children. My challenge was to get them up there and back safely…and in time for an unforgettable sunrise!


March 2019 saw 40 trekkers from 25 countries take on the challenging beauty of the Simien Mountains of Ethiopia. Their aim, to climb to the summit of Ras Dashen, a 4,550 metres Goliath that dominates the eastern escarpment of one of Africa’s most spectacular natural landscapes. And in the process to raise over £270,000 for Save the Children.