Our Values 

  • Absolute integrity, personal accountability and transparency in all transactions
  • Providing all our services to the highest possible quality
  • Including a capacity building philosophy in all we do
  • A philosophy of service to society at all times

 

Our Core team

 

Dr. Ifeanyi M. Nsofor is the Interim CEO at EpiAfric. He is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene and a graduate of Medicine and Surgery from the Nnamdi Azikiwe University School of Medicine. He was a 2006 Ford Foundation International Fellow at the Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine and obtained a Masters in Community Health degree. He is an alumnus of the Harvard University Kennedy School of Government Executive Education on Strategic Frameworks for Nonprofit Organizations. Ifeanyi was a 2016 DAAD/EXCEED Scholar on Modern Teaching Methods at Ludwig-Maximilians University, Munich, Germany. He is a public health physician, researcher and epidemiologist. He speaks English, Hausa and Igbo languages fluently. He has core expertise in the conduct of qualitative and quantitative evaluations. In the last 2 years, he has led six research projects across Sierra Leone, Liberia, Guinea, Ghana and nine Nigerian States. He has worked in several locations in Nigeria across 28 States. For 17 years post-graduation, he has worked with TY Danjuma Foundation, Pathfinder International, Micronutrient Initiative and Nigeria‚Äôs National Programme on Immunization and has conducted several short-term consultancies.

 

Dr Ike Anya is a Partner at EpiAfric.  He is also a Consultant in Public Health Medicine, and Deputy Director of Public Health with the UK National Health Service in London and an honorary lecturer in public health at Imperial College. He has 20 years of experience in clinical medicine and public health in Nigeria and the UK. He has worked as a clinician in the private and public health sector in Nigeria (National Hospital Abuja, General Hospital, Gwarzo, Lagos University Teaching Hospital and Ruz Medical Centre Abuja). In the UK, he worked as specialist registrar in public health medicine at Bristol Primary Care Trust, the Health Protection Agency and University College London. A Fellow of the Faculty of Public Health, he has taught at the LSHTM, Imperial College, University College London, the University of the West of England and Bristol University. A Lead Partner for the General Medical Council, he sits on the board of the Black & Ethnic Minority Health and Epidemiology & Public Health Section Councils at the Royal Society of Medicine. Dr Anya is a Co-founder of the Nigerian Public Health Foundationand Nigeria Health Watch.