- Elizabeth Amoaa, a special Ghanaian lady born with uterine malformation has donated medical supplies to a District Health Directorate in the Eastern Region
- This was done under the auspices of Speciallady Awareness in collaboration with the Dan-Devan Disability Foundation
- The two organisations have urged other charity organisations to continue to support healthcare units
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Speciallady Awareness, a foundation led by Ghanaian philanthropist, Elizabeth Amoaa, has, in collaboration with Dan-DeVan Disability Foundation, donated medical supplies on May 25, 2021.
Exclusive information that is available to YEN.com.gh indicates that the kind gesture was expressed to the District Health Directorate at Asuogyaman - Atimpoku, in the Eastern Region.
It is reported that the donation of wheelchairs and medical essentials to the healthcare units was supported by Odeneho Kwafo Akoto III Charity Foundation, Icann Brands & Events Innovation, Koodoo and Kayatours Ghana.
Speciallady Awareness and Dan-Devan Disability Foundation have urged other charity organisations to continue to support healthcare units, especially during this global pandemic.
Elizabeth Amoaa, the founder of Speciallady Awareness, was born with uterine malformation where the uterus is present as a paired organ when the embryogenetic fusion of the Müllerian ducts fails to occur.
Life challenges can be unpredictable for people born with the condition but according to Elizabeth, they serve as an opportunity to grow.
Onto another interesting report, an unhappy parent whose ward has been enrolled under the Free SHS Policy has indicated that the implementation is making parents like himself spend more for less value.
Speaking to Kojo Yankson on the Super Morning Show, the man said that his son is currently in year two but he has written exams only once instead of five or six if it were the previous system.
"Since my son entered free SHS, he's written exams only once, and he is in form 2. He has not been assessed, he doesn't get to be assessed. Kojo it's very sad", he said.
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