Going through a challenging health journey which ended up with multiple surgeries and complications, Elizabeth Amoaa did not allow any of her gynaecological conditions to define her. Nonetheless, she took a stance to become the Voice of the Voiceless by raising awareness on women reproductive health issues.
She established Speciallady Awareness in 2017 to guide, support and educate women on female gynaecological disorders.
Ghana Outstanding Women Awards (GOWA), a reputable Awards body which identifies and acknowledges women who contribute positively to society. GOWA has recognised Elizabeth through her advocacy for female reproductive health.
Elizabeth has been nominated for three different award categories: Outstanding Woman in Health and SHERO of the Year.
Elizabeth has generously donated medical supplies, educational materials, clothing and toys worth thousands of pounds since she established Speciallady Awareness.
In order to succeed it takes persistence, perspiration, hardwork and determination.
This has been proven many times by Elizabeth through her work ethic.
She has carried out outreach programs in educational institutions and communities in Ghana.
In the UK, she has spoken at charity conferences, local churches, local communities and at the British Army Wives events etc.
Her story has been published in both national and international media platforms.
Upon receiving her nominations, Elizabeth updated her social media page ‘If I hadn’t been diagnosed with various Women Reproductive Health issues and undergone several surgeries and complications, I wouldn’t have become the Voice of the Voiceless…..
Elizabeth continues to inspire others through her advocacy for female reproductive health both in Ghana and globally.