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Meet Alice Mamaga; A 26-Year-Old Lady Who Is Using Technology To Change The Life Of Autism Children

Source: GhPage

Alice Mamaga Akosua Amoako is a 26-year-old Digital Social Entrepreneur who is the founder of the Autism Ambassadors of Ghana.

Alice is the co-developer of the Autism Aid App, the first Android application for Autism in Ghana and West-Africa.

Alice is the current National and Continental Winner for the Youth Mobile App Challenge by the European Union, iSpace Foundation, and MediaInfo.

Alice Mamaga Akosua Amoako

In 2017, Alice was honored by Coca-Cola Ghana as a Young Achiever as part of Ghana at 60 celebrations and she also represented Ghana at the 2016 Global Social Hackathon in Sweden.

Her impact story on the Autism Aid App and her Autism project have gained a global publication in the UK national newspaper – The Guardian, Power FM in South-Africa and she has also been awarded by the Autism Society of West Africa.

Alice Mamaga Akosua Amoako And some of her children

In 2014 she won the Tigo Digital Change Makers Competition and was signed on as a Social Ambassador for Reach For Change International. In 2015 she was honored by Ghana Technology University College as the 2015 Alumni Ambassador and she was also a panel member for the World Youth Summit of Girls Guide in 2016.

She also serves on the national committee of the United Nations Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities(UNCRPD).

Alice Mamaga Akosua Amoako being honored

Alice Mamaga Akosua Amoako believes in a future where Ghana and Africa will have effective social systems and adequate resources that will help improve lives of children living with Autism and other disabilities.

Wow! What a great young achiever!
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