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Speciallady Donations in Wiamoase

Charity is not about pity but it is about love and February being the month of love is a perfect time to show love to one another.

On Valentine's Day, Speciallady donated items such as clothing, drinks, food, toys, reading books, sanitary products and toiletries to over 200 orphans at Heaven Nti Foundation. This donation aimed to support orphans within Wiamoasi (Ashanti Region) and its surrounding towns.

The founder of Speciallady Awareness Elizabeth Amoaa, decided to choose her native hometown to celebrate this year Valentine's Day by giving back to the people of Wiamoase.

This gesture is one of the numerous outreach projects and donations Speciallady Awareness initiatives have engaged since it's establishment in 2017.

Elizabeth has made headlines both internationally and nationally as a woman with Uterus Didelphys and suffers from various gynaecological conditions.

She decided to use her life challenges to raise awareness on gynaecological conditions, combat menstrual poverty and gender bais in healthcare.

She was nominated by UK Women of the Year Awards and became finalist in the 2020 Awards ceremony. UK Women of the Year offers an exceptional opportunity to honour the most outstanding women from all over the UK, to recognise and celebrate their achievements.

She was featured in Boots Health and Beauty magazine November and December 2020 in celebration of UK Women of the Year Awards 2020.

Her story was recently featured in JUNO Magazine Spring 2021.

Elizabeth urged every Ghanaian both in the Diaspora and in Ghana to use their voice and life challenges to make a positive impact.



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