- Pily Mirazi (South Africa) – CEO of Spotlight Fashion Models.
- Vanessa Oluwole (Nigeria) CEO of LvLv Events Ltd.
- Vonayi Nyamazana (Zimbabwe) – Founder of Inspired Khaya.
- Yetunde Oluwole (Nigeria) - CEO at Bustline Media International.
- Biola Agiri Oshin (Nigeria) - CEO of Partyheaven Party Solutions.
On Saturday 17th May 2014, the GUBA Foundation will be hosting its fourth autism awareness seminar at the Resource for London Centre, 356 Holloway Road, London N7 6PA. Watch the new advert: http://youtu.be/eQJgX6qXekM
The seminar which is free to attend, promises a platform for Service Providers such as Child behaviour and development specialists, to impart knowledge and offer support to autistic families. Attendees also get the opportunity to communicate, share experiences and learn practical solutions to everyday problems in regards to autism.
Previous seminars have contributed positively towards raising awareness about the prevalence of autism within the African community; in turn, helped to alleviate several misconceptions about autism. It has also brought autistic families together, offered financial and emotional support for struggling families.
Autism affects one in every 100 people in the UK. Over 100,000 people living with this condition come from Black or Ethnic Minority (BME) communities. Despite this substantial figure, people from the BME community are typically diagnosed later than their Caucasian counterparts. One of the core aims of this upcoming seminar is to educate the BME community to help eradicate the stigma and misconceptions about autism; as it often hinders efforts to manage autistic people effectively within the community.
Speaking at the previous autism seminar which took place on 12th October 2013, Dentaa- Founder and CEO of GUBA and the GUBA Foundation reiterated the foundation’s beliefs:
“Every autistic child is unique with a wealth of talent that needs to be identified and supported. With good coordinated support between education, family and supporting agencies, fostered by events such as this one, autistic children can thrive and achieve excellence. There is still a lot to do to raise the awareness of autism in the African community”
The GUBA foundation serves as an instrument to educate and connect families and also aims to dispel harmful ideologies about autism. The GUBA Foundation is governed by its objectives to support, connect, engage and highlight the issues faced by those living with autism.
The upcoming seminar will be a fantastic opportunity to learn and gain practical support to deal with autism. So, if you or someone you know lives with autism, please don’t miss this opportunity to attend what will be a fulfilling and extraordinary event.
CLICK HERE to register for free entry.
Please do support us by sharing details of the event amongst friends and family members and on your social network portals.
To support GUBA Foundation’s work, you can donate a maximum of £10 by simply texting the word GUBA00 followed by the amount to 70070 e.g. GUBA00 £10
For more information about the GUBA Foundation, please visit www.gubafoundation.org
The Women4Africa Awards is an annual ceremony which takes place in the UK. It is an organisation dedicated to the acknowledgement of inspirational and successful African women in the UK. Each year, African women from all walks of life are awarded for their contributions to the African community in and outside of the UK.
The awards which is in its 3rd Year, will be taking place on the 10th of May 2014 at the Great Hall, Kensington Town Hall, Homton Street, W8 7NX, from 6pm.
The Event Organiser of the Year award is a fiercely competitive category. Inspirational women across Africa have been shortlisted, and nominated alongside Dentaa are five successful African businesswomen:
Dentaa Amoateng is an award-winning British-Ghanaian entrepreneur, philanthropist, manager, producer, TV presenter and an actress.
We wish her all the best and encourage everyone to go and show support.
Tickets are available at http://www.women4africa.com/women4africa-2014-tickets/
For more information visit: http://www.women4africa.com/
The Ghana UK-Based Achievement (GUBA) awards is the brainchild of popular TV personality Dentaa. Dentaa is the host of OBE TV's hit multi-segmented entertainment programme The Dentaa Show. Beginning in the summer of 2006, OBE aired The Dentaa Show, an engaging talk show which features interviews with prominent players in the Ghanaian and Nigerian entertainment industries, and discussions on relationships, business and culture.
Dentaa hosting the GUBA Awards 2010.
Hosted by the energetic and captivating Dentaa , the show is entering its third season and continues to gain popularity among viewers. Dentaa has over 10 years of experience in entertainment and recently took .............Read more