The Delay Foundation and the Global Cultural Understanding and Economic Development (GCUED) yesterday, February 27 announced their long-term partnership at a ceremony in Accra, Swiss Spirit Hotel and Suites Alisa.
The partnership is to assist Ghanaian women and the re-engineering of Ghana’s health and education systems to inspire Ghanaians and to improve their standards of living.
At the ceremony which was witnessed by the crew of the ‘Uncut’ show led by Zionfelix, the CEO of GCUED, Antoinette Pitcan said the partnership with Delay Foundation is to ensure Ghana achieves agenda 2030.
Deloris Frimpong Manso, CEO of Delay foundation also in an interview with the ‘Uncut’ crew stated that their focus will be on the wellbeing of clean water, women, youth, and children empowerment.
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