The award is in recognition of Tetteh’s passion to develop human capital in areas of academia, business, science, technology, and engineering to further Ghana’s developmental agenda.
Part of the citation to the award reads: “…In her quest to serve the interests of Ghana’s educational sector in the UK, Naa Dedei establishes, manages and maintains institutional partnerships between Ghanaian universities and universities here in the UK.”
“These partnerships foster training and development of faculty both in Ghana and the UK as well as information sharing and research collaboration.”
Also, the award highlighted Naa Dedei’s commitment to her role as ‘ambassador’ for her country.
Dedei uses her office to foster a sense of Ghanaian belonging to people of Ghanaian descent who live in
the UK, by engaging in educational activities, granting them access to mission personnel, having them
attend youth events hosted by the Ghana Union and other organisations, and encouraging them to make investments in or volunteer their services for Ghana.
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