St Johnston man, Vincent Doyle, has been working for Concern in Uganda since 1996. Most of the work is concerned with helping people to get better access to food and earn incomes. The work also involves informing people about hygiene practices and improving sanitation.
Vincent studied up to Intermediate Certificate level at St Eunan's College, Letterkenny.
Later, Vincent earned a Masters in Managing Rural Change in the University of London. He also attended the University of Wales to do an MBA.
Vincent went to Cambodia and met his partner Sandra there. Sandra is from London. After Cambodia, Vincent went to South Africa following the collapse of apartheid. During his time there, Vincent worked for a Community College.
Vincent went to work in Honduras and worked for a huge farming co-operative involving the Indians many of whom had to find ways to cope with the devastation left by Hurricane Mitch.