How to become a member
Complete attached application form
Send supporting documentation: latest Annual Report or CV in the case of an individual application to email@example.com
Membership will be approved by the Executive Committee and only if there is a 2/3 majority vote.
Annual membership fee to be paid.
Categories of membership
National Members - The Heart Foundation in each country in Africa that takes an active leadership role in reducing cardiovascular disease and which represents the community of people working towards that end. Only one Heart Foundation from a Nation can become a National Member.
Ordinary Members - Other Heart Organisations that are not National Members.
Interim National Members - When a country does not have a Heart Foundation that meets the requirements of a National Member, the Society of Cardiology in that country may become an interim National Member for a period not exceeding 2 years.
Honorary Members - Individuals who distinguish themselves in service to African Heart Network may be designated “Honorary Member” by the executive council and receive special benefits as may be determined by the Executive Committee.
Associate Members - Individuals who in the opinion of Executive Committee are interested in accomplishing the objectives of Heart Foundations.
Dr Kingsley Akinroye - ( Nigeria) President
Prof Habib Gamra - (Tunisia) Vice President
Mrs Bola Ojo - Executive Secretary
Dr Daniel Lemogoum - (Cameroon)
Ms Elizabeth Gatumia - (Kenya)
Dr Vash Munghal Singh - (South Africa)
Dr Ahmed El Sayed - ( Sudan)
Dr Francis Kwamin - (Ghana)
Dr Daniel Lemogoum
(Cameroon Heart Foundation)
Dr Charles Mondo
(Uganda Heart Foundation)
Dr Pascal Bovet
Dr Francis Kwamin
(Ghana Heart Foundation, Ghana Society of Hypertension and Cardiology)
Ms Elizabeth Gatumia
(Kenya Heart National Foundation)
Dr T. K. Gunness
(Mauritius Heart Foundation)
Professor Albertino Damasceno
(Heart Foundation of Mozambique)
Dr Kingsley Akinroye
(Nigerian Heart Foundation)
Dr Joseph Mucumbitsi
(Rwanda Heart Foundation)
Dr Vash Mungal-Singh
(Heart and Stroke Foundation of South Africa)
Dr Ahmed Elsayed
(Sudan Heart Institute)
Professor Habib Gamra
(Tunisian Heart Foundation)
Dr Goma Fastone
(Zambia Heart Foundation)