Advisory Board

Mr. Roy Ndoma-Egba: Acting Chairman

National Consultant on SWAp (Sector Wide Approach) in WaSH (Water Sanitation and Hygiene), a Development Specialist, former Special Adviser to the Government of Cross River State on International Cooperation, former Acting Chairman Cross River State Forestry Commission, Consultant to World Bank on Investment Climate, State Focal Person CISHAN Cross River State. Presently, Member Board of Trustees CISHAN Nigeria, Mary Slessor Foundation - Presbyterian Church of Nigeria.

Rev. (Dr.) Clement Okongor Ebin: Member

Consultant on Ecological Restoration, Conservationist, pioneer Head of Department Tourism, Cross River State University of Science and Technology, former General Manager Cross River National Park.

Professor Moses Ikoh: Member

Sociologist, Data Management Specialist.

Mrs. Amelia Ndoma-Egba: Member

Educationalist, Environmentalist, Administrator.

Chief Columbus Odey Agbor: Member

A Forester, former Permanent Secretary Cross River Forestry Commission.

Mrs.Rose Nyong Okem: Member

Health Professional, Retired Head of Reproductive Health Cross River State Ministry of Health

Goodness Albert

Graduate of Socilogy, with PhD in waiting. He has facilitated USAID sponsored research on Health and HIV?AIDS. He is supporting the SLEEP (Sustainable Livelihood Economic Empowerment Programme) Initiative.

Edeje Ekam

Edere Michael-Ekam is a Zoology graduate with a passion for public and global health. She is positive driven, focused, result-oriented and hardworking. Edeje is self-motivated and has a sound knowledge of development and programming in donor funded projects as well as private-for-profit initiatives such as SFI (Sustainable Financing initiative).

She worked as a Program Assistant (Volunteer) with Family Health International (FHI 360); and as a Case Manager with Achieving Health Nigeria Initiative (ANHi) Cross River State Office under the SIDHAS Project has come with progressive program management experience in the delivery of quality HIV/AIDS, TB/HIV, PMTCT/EID services, both in the community and facility. Her current role as office lead in Ekapachi Foundation has exposed her to governance and policy reviews and the SWAp (Sector Wide Approach) in WASH (Water Sanitation and Hygiene) servicec delivery.