The 7th Edition of the Sustainability and Social Investment (SSI) Awards, scheduled for Friday, November 17, 2023, will feature Second Lady Mrs Samira Bawumia as the Special Guest, highlighting her commitment to promoting sustainable practices and social investment in Ghana.
Themed “Sustainability and the Economy: Creating a Sustainable Future,” the awards aim to recognize individuals and organizations contributing significantly to sustainable development in the country.
Professor Richard K. Amankwah, Vice-Chancellor of the University of Mines and Technology, will also be the Guest of Honour.
According to Professor Douglas Boateng, Chairman of the Award Board, the event will showcase innovative initiatives that make a tangible and sustainable impact on communities, fostering economic growth, environmental preservation, and social well-being.
Mrs Bawumia's involvement is seen as an inspiration for others to embrace sustainability as a pivotal driver for economic development.
Prof. Amankwah's expertise in advancing sustainable mining practices will shed light on academia's critical role in driving sustainability and social investment.
The SSI Awards 2023 is anticipated to be an exceptional event, providing a platform for networking and knowledge-sharing among stakeholders from various sectors.
It aims to encourage individuals, organizations, and policymakers to prioritize sustainability and social investment in their respective fields, setting the stage for a sustainable future in Ghana.