AfriKids Ghana Trustees
Very Rev. Fr. Moses Akebule
Very Rev. Fr. Moses Akebule is the Cathedral Administrator and Parish Priest of Sacred Heart Cathedral Parish, Bolgatanga and the chair of AfriKids Ghana Board of Trustees.
Rev. Fr. Moses Akebule holds a postgraduate masters degree from the Jesuit School of Theology, Cambridge and is a member of several non-profit bodies such as Administrator of the Comite Help Ghana, Bladel-Bolgatanga and the Coordinator of Global Solidarity Partnerships, Madison.
Rev. Fr. Moses Akebule has rich work experience as the Diocesan Youth Chaplain of the Navrongo-Bolgatanga Diocese, the Hospital Chaplain at Tuff-New England Medical Centre, Boston and Parochial Vicar of St. Ann’s Parish, Dorchester.
Dr. Agnes Atia Apusigah
Dr. Agnes Atia Apusigah is a Senior Lecturer at the University for Development Studies, Wa Campus. She holds a PhD. in Cultural Studies with a minor in Curriculum Studies from Queen’s University at Kingston in Canada.
She is ardent social critic and feminist activists with extensive experience working with civil society organisation and donor agencies. Her work with civil society and honour has centred on research, capacity –building training, programming support and project evaluation.
Dr. Apusigah sits on a number of technical committees and boards including the Ghana Water Company, Trade Aid Integrated, Sustainable Peace Initiative etc. She also belongs to the women’s movement of Ghana and is member of the Network for Women’s Rights (NETRIGHT) in Ghana.
As a professional teacher, Dr. Apusigah has vast experience working in the Ghanaian Education System as a classroom and specialist teacher.
Mrs. Francisca Yizura Afoko
Mrs. Francisca Yizura Afoko is the headmistress of Bolga Girls Secondary School. She holds a Masters in Education (Management Option) and has a long record of distinguished service in the area of education. An ardent sports person, she is the women’s Representative in the National Sports Federation Executive and a Treasurer of the Committee of Heads of Assisted Secondary School (CHASS).
Joseph Akanjolenur Whittal
Joseph Akanjolenur Whittal is a state attorney and the Deputy Commissioner in charge of Operations at the Commission on Human Rights and Administrative Justice (CHRAJ). He has innumerable work experience including being the President of the Upper East Ghana Bar Association, a partner of the Law Firm Ayieta Law Consult and Chairman of the Justice and Security Sub Committee of the Builsa District Assembly.
He is based at the CHRAJ Head office in Accra.
Mr. Christopher Babooroh
Mr. Christopher Babooroh is the Regional Director of Social Welfare. He has a depth of experience in social welfare services and child protection. The department he has been heading for the past four years is mandated to monitor and support NGOs operations in the country.