John Kufuor is the former President of the Republic of Ghana. He served as the President of the Republic of Ghana from January 2001 to January 2009 having won the general elections of the year 2000 under the ticket of the NPP(New Patriotic Party). He succeeded the then President Jerry John Rawlings. Under his tenure,the nation witnessed an unprecedented scale of development through infrastructure and human resource. He is a Lawyer by profession. Prez Kufuor is a founding member of the FCHF.

Under his leadership most debts owed by Ghana were cancelled and through prudent economic management, Ghana rose from a Highly Indebted Poor Country (HIPC) status to a Middle Income economy.


Dr Anane is currently a member of the Parliament of Ghana. He has served in the Parliament of Ghana from January 1997 to the present.  During the period he has served as the Ranking Member for Food and Agriculture (1997 - 2001), Minister for Health (2001), Minister for the Transportation sector (2002 - January 2009) and as the Ranking Member for Health (2009 to Present).

He is also currently the Vice Chairman of the Steering Committee of the Network of the African Parliamentary Committees on Health. Dr. Anane is a  founding member of FCHC.

As the Minister for Health, he had oversight responsibility of the nation's health sector. Under his watch he initiated the following:


Sam Hyeaman is a retired Vice President of the Bank of New York Mellon and currently resides in Atlanta, Georgia, USA. Sam is a graduate of New York University Stern School of Business.

During his 30 years in banking, he was a Trade Finance manager at JPM Chase and later managed the Trade Finance and Risk Distribution units of the Treasury Services at The Bank of New York Mellon, a top US bank with over $300bn in assets.


Dawn Sutherland is vice president and controller for Southern California / Las Vegas Operations of the United States Client Operations division at Xerox Corporation. In this role, Sutherland provides financial leadership for the region and is responsible for delivering profit growth, ensuring effective, internal controls within the operations, developing strategic and financial plans, reporting finances and providing strategic and business planning support.

She was appointed to this position in April 2008. Sutherland was a MBA summer intern before being hired by Xerox in 1982. She served in various financial analyst positions in Webster, N.Y. before becoming the controller for a manufacturing plant in Illinois.


Dr Ronald is currently a full time Doctor at FirstCare Hospital. He is the Director for Administration and also serves as the clinical director and Head of Unit at the Department of High School/Tertiary health at FirstCare hospital. Currently under management are the following institutions:

1. Opoku Ware High school (OWASS)
2. Yaa Asantewaa High School (YAGS)
3. Islamic Secondary School
4. KNUST Senior High School


Germain Bempah is the Chief Executive Officer of a New York based Senior Health Care Management Firm. He received Master of Public Health in Health Care Policy and Administration from Brooklyn College. Germain begun his career as an administrative intern at a not-for-profit organization that cater to the needs of underprivileged population in New York City.

He is a board member of the Graduate Planning Committee for the School of Public Health and the Bronx Community Board. He is currently in residency program for Maxillofcial surgery at the Meharry Medical college in Nashville,Tennessee.


Dr. Ahmed is a lecturer at the Computer Science department at the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology.He is also the Head of Department of the Bio medical Engineering Unit at the faculty.He is also a founding member of FCHC. Between 1990-2004 he served as the Medical Superintendent and resident Pediatrician at the Maternal and Child health hospital in Kumasi.

He is the head of Biomedical Engineering Unit at the Komfo Anokye Teaching Hospital. He had his education at the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, University of Liverpool and University of Strathclyde.


Dr Prince Boahene is currently a medical doctor at the Komfo Anokye teaching Hospital,Department of Internal Medicine.Dr Prince played a crucial role as the Deputy Director of operations in the maiden mission of 2014, which was organized by FCHF in collaboration with restoreworldwide.org foundation for plastic surgery,where major reconstructive surgery was performed for close to 50 people FREE of CHARGE within 1 week at FirstCare Hospital.He serves as a part time doctor at FirstCare hospital and a charity consulting doctor at SOS children’s village,both in Kumasi.He is also the clinical director of the Kuffuor Clinic in Kumasi and the Healthline clinic at Anyinam in the Eastern region of Ghana.He served as a doctor of medicine at the department of Pediatrics and department of Surgery respectively at the Kwame Nkrumah University Hospital. He received his tertiary education at the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology School of Medical Sciences.