The Save A Child Fundraiser Show is a kind of fashion show powered by Novan Consult. This show is intended to raise funds to support children suffering from cancers and are undergoing treatment at the Pediatric Oncology unit of Korle-bu Teaching Hospital.

The platform will also be used to promote the Ghanaian heritage through the wear Ghana initiative. The show will have some of our top celebrities model the runway in some authentic Made in Ghana designs.

This show seeks to bring to fore the rich local designs in prints and designers to put our senior class citizens in style whilst giving a trendy leverage to our senior class citizens.

The event will showcase authentic Ghanaian designs, former runway models and celebrities (50 years+) . A couple of popular face that will be featuring on the run way include¬†Kalsoum Sinare,¬†Kofi Adjorlolo, Edward Kuffour , Akorfa Edzeani Asiedu , Joojo Bediako, Derick Ocansey , Gloria Pwamang, amongst others…

The event will take place at the British Council, Accra on 4th October, 2019 from 4pm-8pm

September is childhood cancer awareness month and 1st October is world aged day hence, we want to support the children to overcome the disease so they can also grow to become adults.

Novan Consult is an organization incorporated under the companies Act, 1963 (Acts 179) according to the laws of Ghana in 2017. We are basically concerned with the human resource capacity development of mainly women, and the youth through empowerment, mentoring, grooming and networking programs as well as providing the necessary support for them.
Novan Consult has fashioned programs targeted directly to address the needs of women and young people under the Inspired Woman Network (formerly Inspired Woman Conference) and the Next Level Mentoring and Grooming Clinic respectively.
Jenifer Esenam Asare (MPA), founder and team lead at NovanConsult. We currently operate with a team of experienced social service volunteers for all our programs, events and day to day administration.



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