Fullname: Dr Ewura Adjoa Ahimah Nunoo
Category: Best Humanitarian Doctor of the year
Nominee's Bio: Dr Ewura Adjoa Ahimah Nunoo is a senior medical officer currently working at Trust hospital, Osu. She worked at Swan Clinic in Adenta for 3 years. She attended the following schools: North Ridge Lyceum, Pretoria High School for Girls (South Africa), University of Witwatersrand (South Africa) and University of Ghana Medical School. She is a health advocate who uses mass media- radio and television as well as social media- Facebook, Twitter and Instagram to educate the public on current health issues. She also gives health talks in schools, market places and churches. She aspires to be a Paediatrician some day. She has two degrees: BSc (medical sciences) and Bachelor of Medicine and surgery. In her free time she reads, watches movies, cooks and spends time with her friends and family. She is a Christian, a Methodist and a chorister and lay reader in church. She is also part of the health team in her church- Immanuel Methodist Church, Airport East Circuit and choir treasurer. Anytime someone falls sick in church; she takes care of the person at the sick bay. She is a patron of the Christ little band and Guild. She provides free consultation to the public when needed. She is a breast cancer awareness ambassador and every year for the last three years organizes free breast cancer screening and education to her patients, community and everyone who is interested. She has screened over 600 women so far for breast cancer. She was adjudged health personality of the year 2019 at the youth excellence awards. And was part of the top 50 most influential young Ghanaians (she ranked 16th on the list). She is a member of the Golden key international Society, one of the largest collegiate societies in the world. She is a member of the Golden key international Society, one of the largest collegiate societies in the world. She is a philanthropist and takes care of two widows and their families. Dr Nunoo buys medications for her patients and pays their bills when they are unable to afford. She teaches the children who come to the clinic, reads to them and helps them to colour as well. She gives them biscuits and sweets occasionally as well. She has an amazing personality, ever bubbly ;cheerful and the smiles on her face is enough to heal her patients. She is humble, hardworking and very passionate about her job. She is very concerned about her patients and treats each one like family. She is a role model to a lot of young girls both in Ghana and beyond and mentors a few of them too. She is admired and well respected by most of her colleagues who aspire to be like her.