Dada Foundation Facilitates Fully Funded Scholarship Opportunity For 8 Students to Study at WIUC-Ghana

On Friday, June 7, the chancellor of Wisconsin International University College, Ghana held a dinner and awards night at Wisconsin International University Accra Campus to celebrate the benevolence of the Ghana West Africa Medical Mission (GWAMM) for their immense contributions towards healthcare and education in Ghana.

The president of the GWAMM, Rev. Dr. Dennis Littleton, presented the Phoebe Scholarships and laptops to 8 students from both the Accra and Kumasi campuses reading nursing and midwifery to help them study.

The recipients Josephine Mensah, Josephine Papafio, Portia Boateng, Rita Dahamari Wunpini, Juliet Ayamga, Victoria Pokua Bonsu, Rita Laadi Bilinbont, and Gifty Kmassah expressed their gratitude to the Ghana West Africa Medical Mission for their continued assistance. They vowed to excel and make very good use of the opportunity granted them to excel in their various fields of study.

The Ghana West Africa Medical Mission is an NGO based in the United States of America devoted to providing improved medical health care and education to the outlying areas of Accra, Ghana. Over the past years, they have been committed to their mission of providing quality healthcare equipment to communities across the country while offering quality healthcare assistance to most deprived communities, quite recently, there was a three-day screening exercise at the Amansie West District in the Ashanti region of Ghana.

The event ended with a presentation of a citation by the Dada Foundation to Ghana West Africa Medical Mission as a partner.

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