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Akua Ed Nignpense


Akua Ed Nignpense was born and raised in Ghana. She’s a nurse/midwife with over 30 years of experience working in hospitals and with various levels of communities.

She later travelled to the UK, where she gained a Masters degree in Public Health. Akua migrated to Australia with her family and settled in Ballarat in 2008. Currently, she works in Aged Care at Ballarat Health Services, and in Ballarat Community Health, where she works with refugees and asylum seekers.

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