Women4Africa Awards Truly Inspired Me by Wunbeni Abubakari

On the 14th of May 2022 I was given the opportunity to attend the Women4Africa (W4A) awards. It was hosted in London and the awards hall was jam-packed with well dressed, successful women. The categories for the candidates ranged from healthcare to education. The women receiving awards, as well as the other nominees, were congratulated by the audience. The event was truly inspiring and encouraging, especially to someone like me who wants to go on and do great things. I am extremely proud of all the women who won awards and know they will go on to achieve much greater.

One of my favourite moments from the night was when I was called up to the stage by Donia Narh, our founder. She won the W4A Education Award, and called upon a selection of her students to collect the award with her. I am extremely grateful for this opportunity as well as my chance to attend the event.

I was able to meet many incredible women from different parts of Africa and listen to their stories. This was an opportunity of a lifetime so I am extremely glad that I was able to attend the event.

-Wunbeni Abubakari,14

On the 14th of May 2022 I was given the opportunity to attend the Women4Africa (W4A) awards. It was hosted in London and the awards hall was jam-packed with well dressed, successful women. The categories for the candidates ranged from healthcare to education. The women receiving awards, as well as the other nominees, were congratulated by the audience. The event was truly inspiring and encouraging, especially to someone like me who wants to go on and do great things. I am extremely proud of all the women who won awards and know they will go on to achieve much greater.

One of my favourite moments from the night was when I was called up to the stage by Donia Narh, our founder. She won the W4A Education Award, and called upon a selection of her students to collect the award with her. I am extremely grateful for this opportunity as well as my chance to attend the event.

I was able to meet many incredible women from different parts of Africa and listen to their stories. This was an opportunity of a lifetime so I am extremely glad that I was able to attend the event.

-Wunbeni Abubakari,14

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