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"The unspoken identity - the woman with two vaginas" approved as supplementary educational material

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Elizabeth Amoaa's journey is one of triumph over personal trauma, emerging as a renowned advocate for impactful change. Born with a rare congenital abnormality known as uterus didelphys (two wombs, two cervixes and two vagina canals), along with other reproductive health disorders like stage 4 endometriosis and fibroids, Elizabeth used her experiences to advocate for women facing similar challenges.

She penned "The Unspoken Identity - The Woman with Two Vaginas," a book narrating her journey and shedding light on reproductive health issues.

The book has been approved by The National Council for Curriculum and Assessment (NaCCA) in Ghana to be used as supplementary educational material in Senior High Schools.

The book is currently available in over 500 libraries and universities worldwide, including esteemed institutions like the University of Oxford, University of Cambridge, British Library, Los Angeles County Library, Askews and Holts Library Services Ltd (UK), Bournemouth University Library (UK), Padmore Research Library (Ghana Library Authority), University of Surrey Library (UK), Universität Marburg Universitäts bibliothek (Germany), Norwich University Kreitzberg Library (USA), Montclair State University Harry A. Sprague Library (USA), American University of Sharjah Library (United Arab Emirates), Bucknell University Bertrand Library, West Virginia University at Parkersburg (USA), Botswana International University of Science & Technology (Botswana), Koninklijke Bibliotheek (Netherlands) and many more.

Beyond her advocacy, Elizabeth has over 20 years of diverse professional experience, spanning banking, legal, recruitment, NGOs, advocacy and the British Forces. 
Her accolades, including awards from prestigious bodies in Ghana, Ethiopia and the UK, underscore her impact and dedication.

In 2017, Elizabeth founded "Speciallady Awareness," an NGO in Ghana aimed at raising awareness about reproductive health disorders and providing support to those in need. The NGO has made a tangible difference in communities across Ghana. The NGO has generously donated medical supplies valued at £120,000 to healthcare units.
Additionally, Speciallady Awareness has provided sanitary products to over twenty-five thousand school girls in various communities in Ghana

Elizabeth's legacy is one of resilience and empowerment, inspiring others to overcome adversity. Her advocacy work continues to break down barriers and challenge societal norms, reminding us of the transformative power within each individual.

The Unspoken Identity - The Woman with Two Vaginas" book, aims to fulfill its essential purpose by offering invaluable insights and support to a wide spectrum of readers, including students and researchers.

This book will serve as a vital resource for education and awareness, fostering empathy and understanding among readers. Its in-depth exploration of medical nuances and personal narratives will not only empower individuals facing similar challenges but also equip researchers with valuable perspectives to inform their studies and contribute to advancements in the field of reproductive health.

This book has the power to spark important conversations, foster inclusivity, and increase access to healthcare and support for individuals impacted by reproductive health disorders by highlighting often marginalised perspectives.

source: Theannouncergh.com