Elizabeth Amoaa popularly known as Speciallady donated six hundred and fifty books to the newly built ultra modern Library and Conference Centre in Wiamoase, Ashanti Region of Ghana.
Also, she fed over hundred orphans and donated toys and essentials to the children on Saturday 16 April 2022.
In February 2021, over two hundred orphans were given food, essentials and books.
Elizabeth Amoaa is the founder of Speciallady Awareness, a Woman Reproductive Health Advocacy that raises awareness on women reproductive health issues and combat menstrual poverty.
Speciallady Awareness has successfully donated sanitary products, educational materials and medical supplies worth thousands of pounds to communities, schools and hospitals in Ghana.
Elizabeth has periodically donated essentials to children and women in Ghana as part of her philanthropic work.
The charity was established in 2017 following Elizabeth’s long and complicated medical history.
Elizabeth has made international headlines with her story being born with two wombs, two cervixes, two vagina canals and other reproductive health disorders such as endometriosis, uterine fibroids etc…
Her recent documentary by BBC News Pidgin and BBC Africa has reached out to millions of people across Africa. Some media platforms in Cameroun, Rwanda, Guinea Benin, Nigeria, Zambia and South Africa published an article about Elizabeth’s story.
She has put her story in a form of a book entitled The Unspoken Identity – The Woman with Two Vaginas which was published in November 2021.
The book is in the British Library catalogues, Meadville Public Library in Pennsylvania, University of Surrey library collections and it has been sold in eighty major online retailers globally such as Amazon, eBay, Waterstones, WHSmith, Barnes and Noble, Austin Macauley Publishers, Walmart, Fnac, Browns Books, Books Depository , Blackwell, Scribd and many more.
The Unspoken Identity – The Woman with Two Vaginas by Elizabeth Amoaa was showcased at one of the largest Book Exhibitions in the World ‘The London Book Fair 2022’ which was held from 5 to 7 April 2022 at Kennington Olympia.
Elizabeth’s story has inspired many women and young girls suffering from gynaecological conditions.
Elizabeth has always encouraged women and young girls to speak up and seek early diagnosis and appropriate treatment for their reproducative health disorders.