Ghanaian Afro Soul Musician Sherifa Gunu And Afro-pop singer Dzidudu Mawuenyega known in the music scene as Dzidu will be performing at the upcoming Pan-African Health Festival aims at promoting quality healthcare, wellness and health infrastructural development in Africa through creative and innovative events.
Dzidu The Man behind hitz songs like “Lorlornye and Dinava who made this announcement on his social media handle promises to give out his best since it is his first major show where he is expected to entertain a huge crowd amidst top dignitaries.
Having taking a historic step by setting a distinct platform to appreciate the most outstanding healthcare & wellness trailblazers with Gold, whiles influencing significant development in the health sector in Africa, Ghana’s First Lady H.E Rebecca Akuffo Addo, Alhaji Aliko Dangote, Dr Mae Carol Jemison, Dr Ola Orekunrin (Flying Doctors), Dr Ken Aboah, Didier Drogba, the Republic of Cuba, the Republic of Rwanda and others are the next batch of notable health development Crusaders and advocates to receive the 2018 HELEH Africa Honours.
With the quest and distinct potentials to match the Grammy’s in glitz and glamour by its third edition, HELEH Africa is poised to maintain a prestigious culture of assembling approximately 100 most outstanding patrons of the health industry from all walks of life across Africa including Africans in the diaspora, whose contribution significantly promotes development of the health industry and have been keenly nominated by the general public to celebrate them with 18 & 24 karats goldmedals after the third edition. Hence, the 43 goldmedals awarded has been increased to 60 goldmedals/categories this and it’s expected to hit the target base of 100 goldmedals /categories next year, as per the event’s policy. This event strategically targets not only health professionals/entities but also any individual or organization whose engagements impacts the said industry positively and largely inspires it’s development.
Among the dynamically structured categories, the HELEH Africa – Spirited African Health Legend of the year category, which is marked the “utmost prime“ goes to a renowned African whose contribution to the development of the health industry is widely evident and unparalleled. This category unlike the rest has special terms governing it, where the votes of the core industry players (healthcare professionals, heads of healthcare institutions, Health leaders of governments/coutrys and corporate Africa) scores 40% of election percentage, 20% for the general public (none although person), whiles 40% goes for the executive jewelry of the scheme. The winner of this category gets to influence the location where the first aid center will be built (because the center will be named after him/her), where the event will be heald and becomes the chair of the board.
Media Men Ghana and Associates HELEH Africa Foundation, Brands Ambassador Africa Foundation, KUABA MMO FOUNDATION and HOPE NEST FOUNDATION opened public nominations for the second edition of the Health Legendary Honours -Africa (HELEH AFRICA 2018) on the 3rd May this year. Birthed on the laps of His Royal Majesty Otumfuo Osei Tutu II in Kumasi – the Golden Kingdom of Ghana, HELEH AFRICA-PCP HONOURS is an annual quality healthcare and wellness crusade, a People’s Choice awards initiative widely referred to as “PCP – Honours”, is also a Pan-African Health festival of honours earmarked with distinct general health and wellness initiatives seeking to unite African health trailblazers and key health stakeholders to network through building capacity for quality healthcare & wellness among peers, celebrate excellence and influence quality healthcare infrastructural development across Africa for a healthy corporate Africa. We believe that the wealth of a nation rests in the minds of its people, likewise a continent. Hence, if indeed healthy minds live in healthy bodies, then to build a wealthy Africa, we first need to ensure healthy Africans to embody the required healthy,wealthy and creative minds to duly build the flourishing Africa we seek.
For this quest, HELEH Africa was primarily launched to champion the campaign for health infrastructural development and capacity building among African healthcare and wellness professionals to set an advanced pace for international standards, so as to provide holistic quality health needs to deprived communities in Africa through primary and secondary prevention and or cure strategies/structures, whiles interlinking the health, social and corporate sectors to advocate excellence and diligence among practitioners to inspire quality clinical practice and industrial development.
This initiative also an embodiment of variety healthcare & wellness enhancement activities and projects carefully carved to entrench the core objectives of the HELEH Africa enterprise over all its opposing elements to ensure it’s success and sustainability.