About INFANTA


The Infanta Malaria Prevention Foundation (IMPF) is a non-profit non-Governmental Organization with membership drawn from Ghanaian women and women from different countries resident in Ghana. Founded in February 2005, IMPF formed with the single, unifying goal of combatting malaria through collaboration with leaders in Malaria research and through educational and social projects across urban and rural Ghana.


Executive Members

Mrs. Rebecca Akufo-Addo
Chairperson
Mrs. Ophelia Akiwumi
Deputy Chairperson
Mrs. Lois Okudzeto, MA
Administrative Director
Mrs. Ruth Nylander
Deputy Administrative Director
Mrs. Shirley Laryea
Treasurer
Mrs. Esther Obetsebi-Lamptey
Deputy Treasurer
Mrs. Haifa Laba
Fundraising/Public Relations
Ms. Renee C. Neblett
Educational Advisor
Mrs. Angela Amarteifio
Public Relations/Advertising
Mrs. Effie Hackman
Member
Mrs. Hasana Hamidu
Member
Mrs. Mehek Mohinani
Public Relations

Members

Mrs. Rachel Wilkinson-Inja
Member
Mrs. Debbie Esposito
Member
Mrs. Rima Rainer
Member
Mrs. Korantemaa Adi-Dako
Public Relations/Advertising
Mrs. Paschorina Tedjame-Mortty
Public Relations/Events
Ms. Natasha Nylander, Esq
Member
Ohemaa Nana Asaa Safoa II
Member
Mrs. Lynette Williams
Previous Member
Mrs. Rosana Serra
Previous Member
Mrs. Mwitwa Holmes
Previous Member
Mrs. Naomi Suzuki Mochizuki
Previous Member
Mrs. Koko Nikai
Previous Member
Mrs. Natalia Barbina
Previous Member

Advisory Panel

Dr. Bartholomew D. Akanmori, Immunologist, Noguchi Memorial Institute

Mrs. Catherine Jacquemot, Microbiologist - Embassy of France

Mrs. Nana Aba Williams, Phd, Project Manager Malaria Immunology at CRESIB

Administrative Assistant

Ms. Mary Nunoo