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Dentaa Amoateng honoured with Award For Leadership for contribution towards the COVID-19 disaster response



Dentaa Amoateng MBE, President of the GUBA Enterprise has received a Certificate of Honour for her valuable contribution towards the COVID-19 disaster response. The virtual ceremony was held by the International Women’s Club, New Delhi on the 29th of May 2020.

The award which is endorsed by the High Commission of the Republic of Ghana in New Delhi, was part of the First International Congress held by the International Women’s Club, it also comes in recognition of her leadership in fighting against the pandemic,

In acceptance of her award, Mrs Amoateng MBE expressed her gratitude for the honour

“It is truly an amazing feeling to receive such an award. It is an even more pleasant surprise to have my efforts noticed in India. COVID-19 requires a global effort and I urge everyone to play a role in putting an end to this pandemic.”


As part of efforts to create a dialogue and opportunity for many, Mrs Amoateng has held a series of webinars and live interviews so far during the pandemic. This platform has allowed dignitaries, businesses and the general public an opportunity to share their stories during these uncertain times. A few of those have consisted of interviews with the likes of Dr Arikana Chihombori-Quao on Africa and China relations, President of Liberia, the Minister of Communication for Madagascar, Lalatiana Rakotondrazafy on Madagascar’s remedy for COVID-19 and Agricultural opportunities in Ghana.

In addition, the GUBA Enterprise has also partnered on two significant projects aimed at providing relief for the affected during this pandemic. The first initiative was a partnership with 95 year old veteran, Pte Hammond who completed a 14 miles walk to raise funds for frontline workers. To date, £24,000 has been raised and still ongoing;

GUBA is currently in partnership with The Women’s Empowerment and Investment Group (WEIG) and Annan Capital Partners (ACP) to offer seed investment to Ghanaian based Small and Medium businesses owned by women. This seed investment is part of an initiative to uplift SMBs currently affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. Applicants can access seed investment ranging from 15,000 to 30,000 Ghana Cedis via . Applications end on the 1st of August 2020.

Dentaa Amoateng MBE and the GUBA Enterprise are dedicated to being catalysts for change during this COVID-19 era.

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