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WORLD SUSTAINABILITY ORGANISATION STARTS COLLABORATION WITH NATALIE FORT

WORLD SUSTAINABILITY ORGANISATION

World Sustainability Organisation starts collaboration with Natalie Fort, Ghanaian media personality & philanthropist, to promote sustainability awareness. The World Sustainability Organisation, managing the Friend of the Earth and Friend of the Sea programmes for promotion and certification of sustainable products and services, today announces its official collaboration with leading Ghanaian Media Personality, Entrepreneur & Philanthropist, Natalie Fort, to promote awareness of sustainability.

The World Sustainability Organisation and Natalie Fort’s Fort Group, envision working together to drive the adoption of sustainable standards in Ghana and across Africa.

“We are beyond thrilled to be working with Natalie Fort,” said Paolo Bray, WSO Founder and Director. “Natalie is the embodiment of a thought leader and global ambassador for sustainability. Her work and influence in the Media and Philanthropic sectors further position her as a key personality to drive sustainability in Africa. We have high hopes for this collaboration.”

The Fort Group is a diversified lifestyle, business facilitation, media, and humanitarian organisation. Fort is well networked globally, with an ultimate focus on Africa.

The firm’s CSR arm, Fort Foundation is focused on improving the lives of Ghanaians particularly in the area of healthcare. Its work connects with the World Sustainability Organisation’s mission in the context of social responsibility. “Our certification audit looks at working conditions and social responsibility at seafood production facilities,” Bray explained. “In this sense, the health and well-being of their workers are directly related to the sustainability of the industry.”

The Fort Foundation focuses on supporting healthcare centres across the country, with design initiatives and medical needs. Fort Foundation also provides timely financial aid to the less fortunate with healthcare needs through the Fort Fund.

Natalie Fort began her career as a model at age 13, following her training with the Exopa Modelling Agency. She quickly emerged as one of Ghana’s youngest fashion models, modelling for leading brands across the country. Aged 15, Natalie represented Ghana in the Miss Princess of the World pageant held in Prague, Czech Republic. “Fort’s experience in fashion will surely benefit the recent Friend of the Earth’s initiatives on ethical and sustainable fashion and modelling,” concludes Bray

Natalie previously worked as a Journalist with Media General’s TV3. For four (4) years, she co-hosted the network’s primetime News bulletin, 360. She currently serves as a Senior Broadcast Journalist, TV Host & Anchor, with GHOne Television, a member of the Excellence In Broadcasting (EIB) Group.

She continues to enjoy a successful and high-impact career as a television journalist.

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