Joshua O. Amatare

Trustee Director

Joshua O. Amatare is an aerospace engineer, pastor, and life coach. He loves people and is dedicated to training them and building systems that will help them become their best and fulfill their great destinies. He is passionate about Nation building and believes that everyone can make a difference on a local, national and international level as long as they are given the right tools in knowledge and skill. He is a big believer in the enormous potential of the African continent and is committed to seeing it become the continent of light, progress and holistic freedom.

Two of his favorite quotes are:

“Don't wish it was easier wish you were better. Don't wish for less problems wish for more skills. Don't wish for less challenge wish for more wisdom” – Jim Rhon

“Not gold but only men can make a people great and strong; Men who for truth and honors sake, Stand fast and suffer long. Brave men who work while others sleep, who dare while others fly? They build a nation’s pillars deep, and lift them to the sky.” ―Ralph Waldo Emerson

Joshua likes to watch sports and movies when he takes a break from his hobby of working.

Huzeifa Bodal

Trustee Director

After three very action-packed “Arab-spring years” in Egypt, Huzeifa arrived in Lusaka, Zambia in April 2015 to take over the management of Germany’s bilateral programme in the health sector. He is most passionate about finding better ways to make health services accessible to the people who need them the most. On his last assignment, he advised the World Health Organization’s regional office for the Eastern Mediterranean in Cairo on human rights. Before Cairo, Huzeifa was based at the GIZ headquarter in Germany where he was tasked to manage the provision of worldwide technical support to improve effectiveness of large-scale Global Fund grants at country level. His special interest is on enhancing accountability and good governance in the health sector via inclusion of civil society in decision-making processes and strengthening community systems. To this end, in 2005, Huzeifa founded the annual health and human rights course for policy makers and public health experts at the Institute of Public Health at the University of Heidelberg in Germany.

Huzeifa’s other work experiences come from Kenya, Malawi, Nepal, USA and Ghana.

Adebayo Samuel Adedoyin

Trustee Director

Adedoyin Samuel Adebayo is a creative artiste, an educationist, a researcher and a writer. He has spent most part of his life living and working with youths. He is much interested in individual coaching and social development. He engages youths in development of their skills and helps in building their career, purpose, relationships, and relevance in the society. His relation with youths and teens has made him develop this maxim: “The ‘you’ you know is nothing compared to the ‘you’ waiting to be discovered.”

Samuel is also passionate about community transformation through selfless service and innovation. He has instituted programmes to empower the public, especially through education and enlightenment. As part of enlightenment, he involves people in creative activities that inform, educate or motivate the public to bring change to their lives and communities.

He has served in Nigeria and Georgia and is enriching CAP with his skills in leadership, mentorship, communication, hospitality, journalism and artistic performances. His extracurricular activities include traveling, reading, writing and drama.

One of his favourite quotes is: “It is your right attitude more than your aptitude that determines your altitude.” - Ken Ellis