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Heroes of COVID-19: Francis Danso is reducing Ghana infant mortality rates

Another month, another celebration of an individual or organization extending their selfless services to humanity in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic. This time TheAfricanDream.net’s Heroes of COVID-19 recognizes the passion and humanitarian services of Public Health Nutritionist of St. Joseph Hospital in the Nkwanta South Community of the Oti Region of Ghana, Mr. Francis Danso. We are delighted here …

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Heroes of COVID-19: GoldCoast Literacy Program Walks on Nzulezu water

April 2021 marks exactly one year since TheAfricanDream.net began celebrating outstanding individuals and organizations who have pushed through their operations and against COVID-19. Today we are excited that our Heroes of COVID-19 series has inspired and urged individuals and organizations to continue to serve humanity regardless of the pandemic. Our special anniversary hero is the Goldcoast Literacy Program (GLP). The …

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Heroes of COVID-19: encamped Kpatinga women deserve affection too

Selma Phidelia Korley is a Ghanaian entrepreneur trained at Ashesi University in the country’s capital city of Accra. She is also TheAfricanDream.net March 2021 COVID-19 heroine for her philanthropic work done amidst the global pandemic that showed compassion to people negatively impacted by COVID-19 in Ghana — especially women alleged to be witches. March 11, 2020, makes for exactly 1 …

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Heroes of COVID-19: Maame Efua De-Heer is TheAfricanDream.net February 2021 Heroine

The coronavirus, having killed over 2,328,940 persons worldwide, in a seemingly endless battle to triumph against the well-being of humans, has forced so many to reinvent their lives and priorities. There have been heroes out there, who in their small way, have aided in salvaging the gruesome situation created by this pandemic. TheAfricanDream.net in its Heroes of Covid-19 series celebrates …

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Heroes of COVID-19: Cameroonian-American Emmanuel Kulu Jnr on Kemet

The mission of TheAfricanDream.net to tell the stories of Africa and Africans from an African perspective led to the initiation of the ‘Heroes of COVID-19’ writing series in April 2020. The series celebrates individuals and organizations in defiance of the Coronavirus Pandemic carrying out their functions to fight the deadly virus, like Mr. Emmanuel Kulu Jnr. who is our January …

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Heroes of COVID-19: Ghana’s Edward Asare wins amid deadly pandemic

This 27-year-old Ghanaian named Edward Asare has shown his true mettle amidst COVID-19 by rising from the point of being unemployed for over two years to becoming a force worth reckoning with in the Ghanaian social media landscape. Mr. Asare, originally from Dawatrim-Asesewa in the Eastern Region, granted TheAfricanDream.net an insightful interview early in August of 2020 where he shared …

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Heroes of COVID-19: Plus 109.4K Oklahomans push Kojo Asamoa-Caesar

Kojo Asamoa–Caesar became the first Ghanaian-American to receive a major political party nomination for federal office in the United States (US) when he was nominated to run for congress after winning the primaries in his district as a black man, a feat that hasn’t happened in over a century in that district. Mr. Asamoa-Caesar is TheAfricanDream.net Hero of COVID-19 for the month of …

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Heroes of COVID-19: How two vital persons led to the birth of Fumni Gbadamosi’s WACWDI in Nigeria

For the second time, TheAfricanDream.net in its Heroes of COVID-19 series looked to Nigeria to celebrate individuals and organizations who are performing their duties or contributing their effort to preserve humanity while the world fights against the novel coronavirus. After careful consideration, we are shining some light on Mrs. Funmi Olagunju Gbadamosi. And for this month of October in 2020, …

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