Born in 1942, Andreas Lendorff holds a degree in architecture from the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (ETH) in Zurich. Before joining the ICRC in 1979, he worked as an architect in Switzerland and South Africa. During this period, he was also involved in development projects on a part-time basis.
At the ICRC, Andreas Lendorff first worked as a relief delegate and coordinator in Uganda, Cambodia and Thailand. From 1983 to 1995 he was head of the ICRC's Relief Division. In 1996 he was appointed deputy head of the ICRC's External Resources Division.
Andreas Lendorff retired in early 2000 and has since worked as a logistics and fundraising consultant.
He has been a member of the Board of the SFD, in charge of fundraising, since November 2003.
Born in 1955, Christian Saugy holds a degree from the Faculty of Business and Economics (HEC) of the University of Lausanne.
He joined the ICRC in 1979, working in the Management Accounting and Internal Audit units and then in the Finance and Administration Division. He has also carried out short assignments for the ICRC as an administrator and an administrative coordinator in the Middle East (Lebanon, Iran), Africa (Angola, Sudan, Kenya) and Asia (Pakistan).
Mr Saugy is now deputy head of the Finance and Administration Division in Geneva, in charge of investment, budgets and buildings at ICRC headquarters.
He has been a member of the Board of the SFD since January 2001.
Function: Head Physical Rehabilitation Programs ICRC
SFD function: SFD Board member; SFD Executive Committee member