The board is responsible for the strategic direction and overall management of the Foundation, including the stewardship of our finances
Led by Dr Hamzat Zaheed, the board meets to set strategic direction and goals, review performance and approve operating plans and budgets.
It is also responsible for ensuring the Foundation complies with its statutory responsibilities as a registered charity organization.
We place great emphasis on governance and accountability including measures to ensure:
The partnership between the board and our volunteers is integral to our success. To help ensure directors are as effective as possible, we aim to have a balanced mix of skills and experience on the board.
Directors are initially appointed for a term of two years, following which they may be reappointed for a further two years.
The directors lead the teams with the assistance of the deputy directors.
YUSUF SULIAT TEMITOPE
AFOLABI HALIMOT I
THANNI SHAKIRAH O.
The team track trends in the quality of care to inform thinking, decision making and prioritisation of Foundation’s actions to improve health care quality
OLAGUNJU ADEWALE R.
MUTIU O. OLADOKUN
ANIFOWOSHE SAMAT ABIDEMI
ANIFOWOSHE MISTURAH A.
OLA-GBADAMOSI KEHINDE RAHEEMAT
OLAGUNJU ADETAYO SAHEED
At AlphaCares Health Foundation, we carry out day-to-day activities in which all our members are involved. We want you to join us in carrying out this activities together.
We also need your support in terms of donations to enable us continue our humanly services to the various communities.
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