The British Award for African Development (BRAAD) is a project pioneered and developed by Peace International. The initiative is focused on highlighting the achievements of talented individuals who have excelled in academia, entrepreneurial endeavours and also NGO’s and companies who have contributed time, finances or sheer hard work to support the development of Africa and the African Diasporas.
The award which seeks to acknowledge the efforts of non-governmental organisations actively working to promote business and stability in Africa, was awarded to the GUBA Awards for its efforts in bridging the gap between the UK and Ghana through community and social development.
In her acceptance speech, GUBA Enterprise CEO – Dentaa Amoateng asserts:
“It is an honour to receive this amazing award. GUBA, since its inception has been dedicated to improving the African continent. This award further proves that we have to be steadfast in our quest to improve our continent. I am very grateful to receive this award on behalf of my teams.”
GUBA Awards is dedicated to acknowledging trailblazers within the British-Ghanaian community and inspiring business and trade relations between both countries.
Currently, the charitable branch of GUBA – The GUBA Foundation is embarking on a campaign to raise money to purchase 100 incubators to reduce the rising number of Infant Mortality in Ghana.