In its partnership with Channels of Blessings, SOS Labour supports the humanitarian works of Channels of Blessings, which include the NekoTech Center (training in the Health, Education and Technology sectors), the “Save a Million Lives” HIV/AIDS Project and the “Orphans of Hope” orphanage, which cares for over 850 orphaned children. International stars like the late Isaac Hayes, Steven Seagal, Denzel Washington, Tom Cruise, Nancy Cartwright and several prominent U.S. politicians and ministers of the Gospel also support these projects. Below is a brief outline of the humanitarian works of the CEO of SOS Labour, Ghana Limited.


Naa Asie Ocansey is the CEO of SOS Labour, Ghana Limited, the CEO/President of the Neko Tech Center of Excellence, CEO of Channels of Blessings Global Ministry, Founder of the 'Save a Million Lives' HIVV/AIDS Project and President of Royal GoldTech Consultancy. She attended Tema Parents & Wesley Girls High Schools in Ghana, and Rutgers University's College of Engineering and New York University, both in the USA, where she studied Ceramic Engineering.


Her consulting and professional positions with the UNDP, AVON Products, Pepsi Co, Ortho McNeil and Johnson & Johnson took her around the world to Europe and Asia, training manufacturers to produce high quality products. Being touched by the high level of poverty in her village, Naa decided to return home to help the voiceless and faceless poor. She teamed up with Mr. Isaac Hayes, the World Literacy Crusade, Denzel Washington, Nancy Cartwright (Bart Simpson's voice) and Mr. Bob Johnson of BET-TV to complete a $400,000 Center of Excellence, i.e., Neko Tech Center. Through her leadership, both the Harvard University and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology Media Lab cited Neko Tech as a model rural digital project. Following a call in a dream, the spiritual Naa Asie launched an urgent call to a mass action against HIV/AIDS in the USA when she spoke at the National Medical Association (NMA) and the Student National Medical Association (SNMA) conventions addressing over 25,000 US doctors and medical students.


She was also invited to the White House and Congress in America with Mr. Isaac Hayes to discuss the 'Save a Million Lives' HIV/AIDS project and was nominated onto the Leadership Council of the USA Global AIDS Alliance. Knowing the power of the media, she decided to use music and film to promote the mission to 'Save a Million Lives'. This led to the first 'Save a Million Lives' documentary, directed by George Bosompim, and featuring a visit by Ghana's first lady, Mrs. Theresa Kufuor, to one of Neko Tech's AIDS patients. This documentary won the Documentary of the Year Award at the 3rd Ghana Films Award. She then composed the lyrics for the theme song for "Save a Million Lives" for one of Ghana's top musicians, Shasha, and the Legendary US Grammy Award winning musician, Mr. Isaac Hayes. There is a current collaboration with USA action movie star, Steven Seagal, who is the co-founder of the 'Save a Million Lives' orphan support project. The “Orphans of Hope” orphanage, created under this project, cares for over 850 orphaned children.


Naa Asie is clearly committed to fighting for the voiceless and faceless poor by mobilizing global support to help them break the tragic cycles of poverty, illiteracy and disease. She has been featured on several radio and TV programs locally and internationally including CNN, ABC News, Fox TV, CBS, GTV's Breakfast Show and TV3's Women of Distinction. She has also received several awards and citations including the prestigious GPA International Award from the UK, and from the USA the World Literacy Crusade Ambassador and the prestigious Ron Brown Award.




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