Vice-President, IBE Africa

Action Amos,

Mr. Amos Action, a person with epilepsy, is the Vice President of the International Bureau of Epilepsy Africa Region.
He possesses an MSc in Leadership and Sustainability, a Postgraduate Diploma in Disability Management and Rehabilitation and a BA in Development Studies.  He is also a Director for the African Disability Alliance.  Amos volunteers as a Technical Advisor for the National Epilepsy Association of Malawi. He is also a Researcher attached to the University of Edinburgh.


Youssouf Noormamode,

Youssouf is the head of the epilepsy chapter in Mauritius. He has a Higher School Certificate from University of Cambridge and professional qualifications ILO Diploma in Project Management and Diploma in Legal Studies awarded by the American Legal School Scranton


Betty B. Nsachilwa,

Betty is proud to be one of the founding members of the Epilepsy Association of Zambia (2001). Betty is a Personal Secretary with qualifications in Personnel Management and Industrial Relations. She works for the Government of Zambia


Dr. Radcliffe D. Lisk,
Sierra Leone

Dr. Lisk heads the epilepsy program in Sierra Leone. He is the Chairman of the Sierra Leone Chapter and Vice President of the College. He is presently a visiting professor at the College of medicine (COMAHS) at the University of Sierra Leone and has served as a Consultant neurologist at Basildon University Hospital in Essex, England where he started the first Epilepsy clinic in 2004.


Kenneth Nsom,

Kenneth is the chapter head for epilepsy in Cameron. He has lots of knowledge on epilepsy acre and its management and has been quite instrumental in supporting the visibility of epilepsy in his country.


Grace N. Moyo,

Grace is a young person living with epilepsy and a strong advocate for epilepsy in her country, Zimbabwe