With complementary skills, knowledge, passion and experience from several years of doing business across Africa, meet the team whose daily endeavors make AOP your best chance for successful business ventures in Africa.
Stanley Enyih is a passionate entrepreneur with a renewable energy background. He has several years of project development experience and has spent the past decade assisting project developers and local governments across Africa prepare bankable projects that meet foreign investment criteria. He concurrently provides high level consulting services to many companies and foreign investors seeking opportunities in emerging markets in African and the Caribbean. His extensive consultation experience includes: PPA acquisition, project guarantee and service agreement negotiations, SPV (Special Purpose Vehicle ) set up among others.
Amabo Bih Afanwi Tracy
Amabo Bih Afanwi Tracy is a trained legal analyst and human rights activist who holds an M.A in International Relations (Public diplomacy) and Law. As a young women’s advocate, Afanwi is actively engaged in development initiatives that drive Africa’s economic growth and amplifies the role of women in achieving its sustainable development. Before joining the AOP team, Afanwi worked with a number of women empowerment and sustainable development organizations in Africa such as Women for A Change Cameroon (Wfac) where she was the Programs Assistant. Her passion for policy advocacy and youth leadership also motivated her to work with the Network for Solidarity, Empowerment and Transformation for All (NewSETA). She is dynamic, purpose driven and enthusiastic about impacting the lives of women and girls. As AOP’s Partnership Development Manager, Afanwi sources and establishes partnership deals with third parties including communities, project developers and national authorities for the execution of projects that empower women. She develops and leads in the implementation of AOP’s Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) programs in local communities where AOP operates and ensure our CRS policy is implemented with maximum social benefits to women and girls.
Ngasa Pride Yanu
Yanu Ngasa is highly passionate and results focused professional with over 10 years’ experience in the Banking and Finance sector in Central Africa as well as in developmental projects. He holds a Master’s Degree in Management and has applied his know how at the helm of 3 NGOs in Africa where he was instrumental in raising grants and funding from international donors and investors. He vets investment projects for their sustainability and profitability and assists entrepreneurs in fine tuning their projects before listing them on AOP database. He equally writes and submits grant proposals for feasibilities studies on behalf of AOP. In addition, he generates and coordinates content for AOP’s website and all social media accounts as well as providing close assistance to the Managing Director.
Bryan Ngu is a professional project and Business process manager, highly ethical and dedicated to his service and profession. He will be assisting project Owners in redesigning their projects and business ideas in the format understandable by investors. He will also consult with project owners in developing and transforming their business ideas and projects into successful business ventures.
Erie Doh Mutia
Liaises and consults with development stakeholders to identify and define projects requirements, scope and objectives by providing administrative and technical assistance. A Senior Development Officer, Executive reformist and strategic enterprise developer and well grounded in public budgeting, he is working with private, local, Regional and central Government Structures in Africa to ensure maturation of projects with sustainable socio-economic impacts, monitoring and evaluation. He ensures that feasibility and socio-environmental impact assessments of projects are conducted according to standard norms. He organizes and coordinates meetings with development stakeholders on the orientation of AOP in Africa. He represents AOP in meetings and seminars in Africa.