One Life Aid Foundation Wins Best SDG 5 Advocate Award

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One Life Aid Foundation (OLAF) has been awarded Best SDG 5, Gender Equaity Advocate, at the just ended Humanitarian Awards Ghana held at the Labadi Beach Hotel in Accra.

The Founder and Executive Director of the Foundation (OLAF), Joycelyn Siaw-Asamoah and the Foundation, also received Certificates of Recognition for the roles they played in impacting the lives of people in the communities they live.

Joycelyn Siaw-Asamoah was presented with a plaque for the “Best SDG 5 Advocate of The Year,” for their immense contributions towards improving the lives of others and championing the cause of women welfare.

Joycelyn Siaw-Asamoah born and grew in Koforidua.

She attends International Central Gospel Church where she plays a very religious role of singing.

She is a God-fearing woman who possesses great ambition to the work of God.

She loves to do good to people and for that matter has led her into the organization of leading arms to save the poor and less privileged in our societies.

She is educated and has travelled overseas to strengthen her educational values.

She is a writer and author who recently released her amazing book entitled, “Song Of A Caged Bird” and other poems.

She is currently the Founder and Executive Director of One Life Aid Foundation; a Foundation that is giving to the community, the poor and the under-privileged in society.

She spoke to this reporter after the awards and indicated that the Award she received is another win for her and her Foundation, and that the Foundation would do more in the coming years to change lives and continue to bring smiles on people’s faces.

“We are grateful and we bless God as an NGO that our works have been recognized. This is for the team, and will continue to do exploits. We will continue to help people; it doesn’t stop here. God bless anyone that supported with their substance. We’re grateful,” she said.

Humanitarian Awards Ghana seeks to recognize and award extraordinary individuals and groups who are positively impacting the lives of people, nature and society in Ghana.

BY PROSPER AGBENYEGA

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