Announcing this year’s Frontline Covid 19 Heroes to be honored at Labadi Beach Hotel on September 18th, 2021.
Organisers of the prestigious Humanitarian Awards Global anticipate the gathering of humanitarians under one roof to acknowledge the diverse service they offer to society. The awards ceremony to be held under the theme ‘Celebrating changemakers’ is organised annually to recognise, honour, and celebrate individuals, companies, volunteer leaders, NGOs, philanthropists, corporations, and professionals to advance the importance of their incredible contributions to society.
As part of this year’s edition, a new category, ‘Frontline Covid-19 Heroes’, has been introduced to unearth and appreciate outstanding health workers and staff from several institutions who led the fight against Covid-19. Despite the hardships and health risks, thousands of essential frontline workers continued to serve the populace during the upsurge of the pandemic. These unsung health heroes will be celebrated for their selfless contributions to saving lives and restoring hope.
Management is delighted to announce the following honorees shortlisted to be awarded for their selfless acts of service as Frontline Covid-19 Heroes under the categories of researchers, patient management and media
Dr Oliver Commey (Ghana Infectious Disease Centre)
Dr. Ivy Asantewaa Asante (Noguchi)
Dr. Emmanuel Kwadzo Ahiable: (Greater Accra Regional Hospital-Ridge)
Dr Hawa Malechi (Tamale Teaching Hospital)
Chief MLS. Lic. Augustine E. Sagoe (Korle-Bu Teaching Hospital)
Dr. Augustina Angelin Sylverken (Kumasi Center for Collaborative Research, KNUST)
Dr. Mary Amoakoh-Coleman (Noguchi)
Dr. Eric Wedam (War Memorial Hospital Navrongo)
Philomina Obeng Donkor (Greater Accra Regional Hospital-Ridge)
Dr. Emmanuel Amankrah (LEKMA Hospital)
Ernestina Wereku (Kintampo Municipal Health Directorate)
Fred K Smith (Media, Multimedia Group Limited (MGL)