TWO GHANAIAN STUDENTS TO BE HONOURED AT KHARVIV NATIONAL MEDICAL UNIVERSITY IN UKRAINE

” Successful people don’t become that way overnight. What most people see at a glance—happiness, wealth, a great career, Purpose—is the result of hard work and hustle over time”

Kharkiv National Medical University has recognized two Ghanaian medical students in their Institution due to hardwork and good impact. Therefore the University has decided to honor them with an award in the category of ( Best Academic Student in 7th faculty and Best Leadership In The Society Student Work) at the school’s International students day.

Dr. Kodzo Asamany

Dr. Kodzo Asamany

Dr. Kodzo Asamany is a product of Adisadel College. He served as the Military Cadet Captain 2012-2013. He was the Ghana United Nations Presidential Advisor 2012-2013 and also served as the Team Manager for the College’s Athletics Team.

Dr Asamany is a professional multimedia personnel who love nothing more than living through the camera lens, capturing every essence of beauty from their subjects and being able to tell a story. He’s a multiple award winning photographer/ cinematographer In Ukraine.He owns kodbla studio and has shared the same stage with celebrities like Basket mouth, patoranking, Peter P-Square etc. His love for the media started at ICGC Shiloh Temple Obuasi and the passion has never left till date.

He was awarded as the most influential African student 2018 in Ukraine just to mention a few of his achievements.

He is currently the President of NUGS-KHARKIV Ukraine, and a medical student.

You can tell that he is fully loaded with talents and divine gifts. He is a Mighty Man of Valor

Dr. Kodzo Asamany
Dr. Kodzo Asamany

Ewurabena Amoo- Mensah.

Ewurabena Amoo- Mensah.

People do not decide to become extraordinary, they decide to accomplish extraordinary things and an example of such is Amanda Ewurabena Amoo- Mensah.

Amanda is an Achimota school (Motown) alumini who as a result of her passion for the sick served as a house nurse from the year 2013-2014

As a result for her great passion for God, she served as an SU executive in Achimota school from the year 2013-2014

She has served severally in many committees in organizing quite a number of church programs.

She is a great organizer and a lover of all people. Not forgetting, her great love for fashion and dancing!

She is currently the youth Leader of the Pentecost International Worship Centre, Kharkov as well as the Current Chief Justice of NUGS Kharkiv

Ewurabena Amoo- Mensah.
Ewurabena Amoo- Mensah.
Ewurabena Amoo- Mensah.

WHY WOMEN SHOULD BE IN AVIATION INDUSTRY-“RUTH .O. ANIH” AN AVIATION STUDENT

Most of us have a childhood dream to fly in the sky or to become a pilot. Aviation sector is one for our all dreams. The aviation industry is considered as a fast-growing industry that offers a wide range of opportunities and other lots of facilities. There is far more to aviation than just being a pilot. There are many good career options, one can choose to become a Pilot, Gate Attendant, Cabin Crew, aerospace engineer, air traffic controller etc

My name is Ruth .O. Anih from Nigeria about two years ago my President H.E Muhammadu Buhari made a shocking statement during a joint press briefing with German chancellor Angela Merkel saying “I don’t know which party my wife belongs to, but she belongs to my kitchen and my living room and the other room”. This statement was greeted with heavy criticisms because women believe they deserve more but beyond belief and social media ranting we now have hard facts also emanating from Germany.

TO prove that women deserve a place in leadership L’Oréal Paris teamed up with McCann world group Deutschland for a humorous social media standing for female empowerment across board. The sad truth about gender equality in Germany: Men dominate the management and executive boards – with 91.4%. This shocking discovery sparked a wider investigation by the pair on women in leadership roles across the country. 

This found that what women lacked in numbers they more than made up for in results, significantly outperforming their male peers on occasions where they do reach the top. When women occupy 30% of management positions for instance profitability was found to increase by 15%.

Furthermore, female executives were found to perform 24% above men in management reviews while firms which employed more women leaders generated around 20% more patents per year.

To keep pace with the rapid growth, there is a need to improve efficiency and effectiveness at all levels of aviation operations. One of the ways the desired improvements can be achieved is by making the aviation industry more gender balanced.

When you think about aviation history most of the names and faces that come to mind are male, with the exception of Emilia Earhart of course! I would like to shed some light on the lesser-known women who have made their own incredible marks on the Aviation Industry.

• Emma Lilian Todd (1865) – She grew up with a love for mechanical devices and later became a self-taught inventor who is considered the first woman in the world to help design aircraft.

• Elizabeth “Bessie” Coleman (1892) –The first Native American and African American woman to hold a pilot license, as well as the first African American to earn an International aviation license.

• Ruth Rowland Nichols (1901) – The first woman in 1924 to be licensed to fly a hydroplane. In 1927, she was one of two women licensed to fly transport planes. She holds more than 35 women’s aviation records. She set a transcontinental speed record in 1930, beating Charles Lindbergh’s record set earlier that year. She was the only woman to hold simultaneously the women’s world speed, altitude and distance records for heavy land planes before Amelia Earhart broke these records.

• Phoebe Omlie (1902) –The first female to receive an airplane mechanic’s license, the first licensed female transport pilot and the first female to be appointed to a federal position in the aviation field.

• Elsie MacGill (1905) – The world’s first female aircraft designer. Also known as the “Queen of the Hurricanes”, she worked as an aeronautical engineer during World War II.

• Helen Richey (1909) –As a pioneering female aviator, she earned her private license in 1930, at the age of 20. She began her career as an aerobatic pilot and ended up becoming the first woman to be hired as a commercial airline pilot in the United States.

• Elinor “The Flying Flapper of Freeport” Smith (1911) – In 1928, then 16, she earned national recognition as the youngest pilot to receive a license from the Federal Aviation Administration. In 1930, she was also voted, “best female pilot” by her peers, a group that included Amelia Earhart. Smith’s aviation records for endurance, altitude and speed in the 1920s and 30s led her to worldwide fame. Without these lovely ladies, aviation would simply just not be the same. 

Ruth O Anih a student of Kharkiv National Airforce University

“YURI SHEVIAKOV” DEAN OF KHARKIV NATIONAL AIRFORCE UNIVERSITY, UKRAINE. VISIT’S POLAND.

The Dean of Faculty of Information and Technical System of Kharkiv National Airforce University named after Ivana Kohedub visited Poland on 12, November 2019.

The main purpose of the visit is to find connections with Military Air Force University, 4th training Air Wing, Study experience of Pl colleagues, find issues we can share experience in and also create good opportunities for students in both countries.

Sponsorship: #StratpointsFoundation headed by colonel-general (retired) doctor of sciences Mirosław Różański, University of Natural and Humanitary sciences in Sedlce.Immediate coordination by: major-general (retired) pilot Doctor of sciences Jan Rajchel. Media support by: TBB Media, Tomasz Bialoszewski