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Humanitarian Awards Global releases 2022 Honorary awardees

Humanitarian Awards Global releases 2022 Honorary awardees

Humanitarian Awards Global releases 2022 Honorary awardees

In the quest to inspire the next generation of change-makers, who are passionate about impacting lives and changing the narrative, the highly anticipated awards ceremony is expected to host Honorees/Awardees from about a dozen different countries on 27th August 2022 at the plush Labadi Beach Hotel.

The third edition of the ceremony to be held under the theme ‘Celebrating change makers’, is organised annually to recognize, honor, and celebrate change-makers, volunteer leaders, NGOs, philanthropists, corporations, and professionals to advance the importance of their incredible contributions to society. The project also provides a platform for them to tell their stories, share their impact as well as network with others in the field.

Through this initiative, we are presented with another opportunity not only to celebrate change makers but showcase the individual and collective works of people who are earnestly inspiring the next generation of leaders in and beyond”.

The Honorary Award is given to honor distinctive works of service and lifetime achievements.

This year’s list has a broad representation including diplomats, board chairs, CEOs, scholars, chancellors, professors, and philanthropists who have influenced society positively.

Below is the list of Honorees to be celebrated this year at The Humanitarian Awards Global 2022

H.E. Anne Sophie Ave || Ambassador of France to Ghana- Ambassador

Sister Elizabeth Newman. (Director, Catholic Orthopedic Center) – Humanitarian-Ghana

Lisa Jones – C.E.O/Co-Founder, Global Goodwill Ambassadors Foundation; Founder/President, GGAF Learning Institute; Founder/Publisher ‘The Ambassadors’ Magazine – Humanitarian-USA

Carolyn Seaman ||Founder & Creative Director, Girls Voices Initiative -Humanitarian-Nigeria

Ibrahim Mahama|| Artist/Humanitarian – Ghana

Prof. Elsie Effah Kaufmann (First Female Dean of University of Ghana School of Engineering Sciences) – Education- Ghana

Mrs Creseldah Cassandra Ndlovu|| Innovative Social Entrepreneur -Humanitarian -South Africa

Richard Dipilla – Founder/Chairman, Global Goodwill Ambassadors Foundation – Humanitarian -USA

Dentaa Amoateng MBE ||Ghanaian Entrepreneur, Actress, TV Presenter, Philanthropist – Creativity- Ghana

Alex Favor Devine Jr. ||Founder, Youth for Change /Certified Consultant -Humanitarian-Liberia

Dr Hazel Berrard Amuah (CEO, Prudential Life Insurance) -HR-Ghana

Farida Yahya ||Founder of The Brief Academy/Social Entrepreneur/Published author -Humanitarian -Nigeria

Dzigbordi Kwaku-Dosoo ||Certified High-Performance Coach and Philanthropist – Performance Coach- Ghana

Mary-Jane Bopape, PhD || MD, South African Environmental Observation Network (SAEON)- South Africa- Scientist

Chrissy Sykes – Creator, My Body-is-My-Body; GGAF President of Child Advocacy; Co-Founder/Provost, GGAF Learning Institute; Co-Publisher ‘The Ambassadors’ Magazine -Child Protections- UK.

Seth Kwame Boateng|| Humanitarian/Journalist- Ghana

Adekemi Adeniyan||Executive Director of Dentalcare Foundation – Humanitarian- Nigeria

Menaye Donkor ||Businesswoman, Entrepreneur and Philanthropist -Entrepreneur- Ghana

Glanis changachirere || Human Right Activist/Feminist – Activist- Zimbabwe

Amanda Obidike || Goldman Sachs Winner/Techwomen100 Global Achiever – Technology- Nigeria

Nana Esi Idun-Arkhurst’s || Retail Director-Fidelity Bank-Ghana -Retail Banking-Ghana

Amanda Obidike || Goldman Sachs Winner/Techwomen100 Global Achiever – Technology- Nigeria

Dr. Caryn Agyeman Prempeh ||Medical Doctor,Advocate For Cervical Cancer – Humanitarian– Ghana

Satta F. Sheriff || Executive Director – Action for Justice and Human Rights (AJHR) – Activist- Liberia

Nelson Kwaje ||Director, Defy Hate Now – Activist-South Sudan

Christian Atsu || Prison Advocate -Prison Advocate- Ghana

Nisreen Elsaim (Chair of Sudan Youth Organization on Climate Change (SYOCC) which youth-led organization – Climate Change Activist- Sudan.

Prof. Richard Ansah ||Senior Lecturer of Philosophy University of Cape Coast- Education- Ghana

Ethel Cofie || CEO and Director of Edel Technology Consulting -Technology- Ghana

Amb. Temitayo Adigun – Founder/President, Wheel of Hope Rising; Country Chair, GGAF – Humanitarian-Nigeria

Tucci Goka Ivowi ||CEO, Ghana Commodity Exchanges – Business- Ghana

Charles Kwame Frimpong ||Philanthropist and Entrepreneur -Philanthropist- Ghana

Dr Hawa Malechi ||Medical Doctor and Philanthropist – Health- Ghana

Amb. Marina Osoba – La Roche Leadership Foundation; Co-Chair, GGAF – Humanitarian- Nigeria

Irene Asare ||BBC HR Director -HR-Ghana

Mandy Olowu – President/Founder, Hope Ambassadors and Childcare Organisation; Co-Chair, GGAF – Humanitarian- Nigeria.

Wendy Boatemaa Ofori ||Nurse/Philanthropist -Health- Ghana

Taiwo Olowu – Executive Chairman/Co-Founder, Hope Ambassadors and Childcare Organisation; GGAF VP – Africa Affairs, Serial Entrepreneur/Philantroprenuer – Humanitarian- Nigeria

Rev Steve Mensay (Pastor/Humanitarian – Humanitarian- Ghana

Dr. Tomasz Zaleski – Chairman, Royal Office UAE, Dubai- Humanitarian- Dubai

Brian Amoateng|| Philanthropist/Entrepreneur – Humanitarian- Ghana

Adisa Amanor-Wilks|| Founder/CEO of Abjel Communications, Social Entrepreneur-Ghana

Dr Yemisi Akinbobola-Media Entrepreneur, Academic and winner of CNN Journalist of the year 2016-Media-Nigeria

H.E Amb. Dr Samuel Ben Owusu. (United Nations Eminent Peace Ambassador and the Country Director) -Peace Advocate- Ghana

Yawa Hansen-Quao || Social Entrepreneur /Feminist – Social Entrepreneur-Ghana.

Humanitarian Awards Global releases 2022 Honorary awardees

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