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The Igniting Dreams Program is an amazing initiative. Aside from giving participants the opportunity to learn and be mentored by expert professionals from diverse industries, it also gives young entrepreneurs a platform to pitch their business ideas and win seed funding to grow and scale their businesses. I have learnt a lot from this great program, and won the silver prize at the maiden Igniting Dreams Prize. This has helped me to acquire some business development skills and scale and diversify my business.

Shuaib Khadir Khalani

I was very fortunate to be a part of the 2021 Edition of Igniting dreams summit. This event was one of the life changing opportunities I had at the beginning of the year. I had the chance to meet like-minded colleagues with whom I shared ideas. Igniting Dreams also granted me the opportunity to connect with experts of various industries. This opened the gates for me to receive proper mentorship from industry players, based on which I have launched my own business. 

Hiqmat Sungdeme Saani

Igniting Dreams aided me to discover myself and unleash my full potential. After attending the first edition of the program, I went ahead to establish my own enterprise and later organized the Upper West Students Excellence Awards. I have since attended all of the four editions of the program. This program is very impactful and a must-attend.

Muniru Bongaamwine

The Igniting Dreams Program helped develop my self-confidence level and public speaking skills. The prize money also helped me register my business and purchase additional training equipment to reach out to more trainees and increase my revenues. It has also further exposed me to many business opportunities and believe me, my business has never been the same ever since my first encounter with CPI and the igniting dreams program.

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Meet Our Team Members


Maazu Bayuoni

Maazu Bayuoni

Founder & President

Maazu Bayuoni is the Founder and President of the Coalition for Positive Impact. He leads the organization’s operations, spearheads fundraising and board relations, heads the Fundraising Committee, and oversees strategy implementation and volunteer experience. Aside from CPI, Maazu also works as a Growth and Business Development Associate at CarePoint, a tech-forward and Africa-focused healthcare investment management company focused on building Africa’s healthcare future. At CarePoint, Maazu designs and executes various strategic business development and growth initiatives to facilitate increased market share and revenues across the company-owned facilities in Ghana, Kenya, Nigeria and Egypt. Additionally, he mentors and supports the various brands Business Development and Marketing Officers in their assigned roles. Maazu has had previous work experience at Rabito Clinic Limited, Golden Palm Investments, Niibala Spectacle and Save Ghana. Maazu volunteers at multiple nonprofits, including the Global Shapers Accra Hub, Sangu Delle Foundation and Noni Hub. Maazu graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy and Political Science from the University of Ghana, and holds Executive Education Certificates in Basic Finance and Project Management from Coursera.

Banguu Delle

Banguu Delle

Board Chairman

Banguu Delle is the Chief Operations Officer of Care Point (formerly Africa Health Holdings). He oversees growth expansion, business development and marketing across all AHH healthcare facilities. He is also responsible for expansions into new markets across Africa. Banguu’s role extends to building and nurturing relationships and partnerships between AHH, its portfolio companies and external stakeholders. Banguu has extensive experience in operations, investments and general business management.
Prior to AHH, Banguu served as the Chief Operations Officer for Golden Palm Investments Corporation, where he oversaw and managed the company’s operations in Africa. He served on the Investment Committee and had P&L responsibility for the Healthcare and Agribusiness divisions. Banguu also previously served as General Manager of Rabito Clinic Limited where he oversaw the expansion of the network of clinics to 17 clinics throughout Ghana. Prior to Rabito, Banguu worked at the National Bank of Canada and Altamira Investment Services where he was responsible for managing a CAD$50 million portfolio. Banguu serves on the Board of Directors of Rabito Clinic Limited, Care Point Hospitals Limited, Golden Palm Investments Corporation, and Sangu Delle Foundation.
Banguu graduated from the University of Regina with a Bachelor of Arts in Finance and International Economics. He holds certificates in Canadian Securities and Professional Financial Planning from the Canadian Securities Institution in Toronto, as well as certifications in Financial Markets from the Ghana Stock Exchange. He also earned an executive certificate in Business from Harvard Business School. Banguu pursued graduate studies for a Master’s in Business Administration at the London School of International Business.

Shamima Muslim

Shamima Muslim

Board Director

Shamima Muslim is the Founder of the Alliance for Women in Media Africa (AWMA), a Non-governmental advocacy and welfare group, dedicated to improving the visibility and Impact of Women in Media. She is an award-winning Broadcast Journalist and has been a beneficiary of several awards, leadership and facilitation training programs under the auspices of many renowned institutions like British Council, Ghana, and the Institute of Economic Affairs, Ghana. Shamima is also a Development Communications specialist, and trained facilitator with special strengths in Process input, Advocacy, Negotiations, Gender, Leadership, and Presentation skills as well as Media and Communications skills. Furthermore, she is a member of and ambassador for some local and international coalitions and campaigns. Shamima has worked on projects funded by the EU, Commonwealth Foundation, British Council, USAID, DFID, Office of African First Ladies (OAFLA), Newmont Ghana Limited, among others.