At Work  in 2020

Here we can see GNA members at work during the corona virus pandemic in 2020

GNA at Royal Ascot June 2019



GNA Sponsored Walk  |  June 2018

Walk on Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park Stratford London in aid of raising diabetes awareness in U.K. and Ghana

GNA 25th Anniversary Thanksgiving on 6th May 2018 at Walworth Methodist Church London

GNA Sponsor Walk on 10th June 2017

Walk on London Bridges in aid of raising diabetes awareness in U.K. and Ghana

Ghana Nurses Association 2016 Annual Ball
Saturday 10th of December 2016

The Ghana Nurses Association 2016 Annual Ball was held on Saturday 10th of December 2016 at St Mary’s Great Hall Camberwell New Road London. The theme of the Annual Ball was “Diabetes Awareness In UK and Ghana“.

We aim to raise Diabetes Awareness in the UK and Ghana for the next three years.

GNA-UK Sponsorship Walk of London Bridges took place on Saturday 11. June. 2016.

A Group of members started the walk  from Tower Bridge to Westminster Bridge. The sponsor walk was to raise funds for Diabetes Awareness in Ghana and UK

Please contact Mrs Rose Amankwaah at for further details to sponsor or support

GNA Thanksgiving service held at Wesley’s Methodist Church City Road  London on Sunday 15th of  May 2016.

Theme ” Let Thy Light Shine”

GNA members at Thanksgiving service in London 15th May 2016

GNA -UK at their Annual Dinner & Dance party in November 2015

Mrs. Rose Asiedua Amankwaah, a Matron at Central Middlesex Hospital, matron has celebrated her former athletics career at a ceremony in New York

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Theatre matron Rose Amankwaah, who is also an active member of the Ghana Nurses’ Association UK, has worked for the hospital since 1975, when she came to the UK to train as a nurse.

Prior to that, Ghanaian-born Rose was a celebrated sprinter – at one stage the second-fastest woman in Africa. She started running competitively when she was 16 and was soon selected to represent Ghana nationally. In 1973 she represented Africa in the Afro-Latin American games held in Mexico, where she won the gold medal in the 200 metres. Recently she flew to New York to be presented with an award at an evening entitled Honoring Sporting Excellence in Africa (see pictures attached). She said: “It was lovely to have my sporting career honoured in this way.”

Sponsored walk

To participate in next year’s sponsored walk, please contact: