Ifeanyi is a 2019 Atlantic Fellow for Health Equity at George Washington University and 2018 New Voices Fellow at the Aspen Institute. He is the CEO of EpiAFRIC and Director of Policy and Advocacy at Nigeria Health Watch. He was a 2006 Ford Foundation International Fellow at the Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine. He is an alumnus of the Harvard University Kennedy School of Government Executive Education on Strategic Frameworks for Nonprofit Organizations. Ifeanyi is a TEDx Speaker. His TEDx Talk is titled, Without Health, We Have Nothing”. 


Award-winning Journalist

As a journalist, Olajide Adelana has worked for and contributed to leading local and international newspapers including the Guardian (UK), Daily Maverick (South Africa), Discourse Media (Canada), Nation Newspaper, Compass Newspaper,, (and more) producing print and new media. He is a recipient of several fellowships and grants from MacArthur Foundation, Ford Foundation, International Centre for Investigative Reporting (ICIR), Wole Soyinka Centre for Investigative Reporting (WSCIJ), Institute of War and Peace Reporting (UK).


Editor-in-Chief, Nigeria Health Watch

Ada is Director of Communications at EpiAFRIC. A communications expert with over 10 years of experience in communications media and research. She is also Editor-In-Chief at Nigeria Health Watch. She was a Communications Consultant for the Office of the Senior Special Assistant on Millennium Development Goals from 2012-2014. She has a Bachelor of Arts in Communications, Anderson University, Anderson, South Carolina, USA and a Masters of Ancient Near Eastern History, Jerusalem University College.


Health Journalist, Nigeria Health Watch

Bashar is a Health Journalist at Nigeria Health Watch. Bashar has produced several stirring solution journalism articles on the innovations of individuals and organizations in Nigeria’s public health sector. His articles highlight the impact these innovations are having on the people that are benefiting from them, showing opportunities for sustainability, replication and improvement. He also provides in-depth analysis of Nigeria’s healthcare sector as a public health analyst on various radio and TV shows.


Health Journalist, Nigeria Health Watch

Chibuike is a Health Journalist for Nigeria Health Watch, where he researches and writes on various health topics and issues from a solution journalism perspective.  Chibuike is a fellow of President Barack Obama’s Mandela Washington Fellowship for Young African Leaders. He volunteered as a Citizen Journalist for the HIV/AIDS Alliance UK and received media scholarships to cover the International Conference on Family Planning, in Indonesia and the International AIDS Conference in Durban, South Africa.


Head of Projects, EpiAFRIC

Ugonna Ofonagoro the Head of Projects at EpiAFRIC Limited and Research Manager for Health Watch Foundation, as a public health Researcher, she has worked across 23 states and across all the geopolitical zones of Nigeria coordinating numerous qualitative and quantitative evaluations, research and organising Health Events. Ugonna coordinates the Health-Tech platform “HealthMeetsTechNG” which has an overall goal driving the use of technology for health care in Africa through its events and strategic advocacy.