Dr. and Dr (Mrs) Ayisi-Boateng
The couple are end time bible believers. Dr. Ayisi is a Specialist Family, Physician/Infectious Diseases (SI) at University Hospital, KNUST, Kumasi, Ghana and Dr. (Mrs) Esinam Ayisi-Boateng is an Ophthalmologist; Subspecialty: Glaucoma; at Kumasi South Hospital. They are both passionate about global health and efficient delivery of primary care.
Dr. and Dr. (Mrs) Afari
They are a Christian family with a heart for Souls. Dr. Afari is a lecturer and optometrist at Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology whiles Dr. (Mrs) Afari is a Paediatrician at Okomfo Anokye Teaching Hospital, Kumasi, Ashanti, Ghana.
Dr. Moses Kofi. Sam
Works with the Wildlife Division of Ghana and is the Regional Director for the Central and Western Regions. He is an elephant specialist and part of IUCN elephant specialist group. He is the Technical Scientific Director of A Rocha Ghana and a pastor of the Harvest Chapel, Takoradi, Ghana.
Dr. Seth Appiah-Kubi
He is the National Director of A Rocha Ghana. Though Seth’s background is in finance, he has a strong passion for conservation and the security of natural resources for communities that depend on them. He has been involved in conservation for the past ten years and has been a key part in formulating the conservation models used by A Rocha Ghana, He has served on both national and international conservation committees, platforms and forums dealing in various conservation protocols.
Dr. Caleb Ofori Boateng
“It is extremely difficult to excite interest in amphibian conservation in West Africa, but Caleb’s leadership skills are such that he has achieved the impossible, working especially with faith communities. The Togo Slippery Frog, notable for its large size, is very close to extinction and was thought to have disappeared before Caleb rediscovered it. His work could save this remarkable species from extinction.” Howbeit, his extreme passion for the unsaved is second to none.