Ghana Medical Help

GHANA MEDICAL HELP is an international charitable organization working to transform health services and sustainably improve health outcomes for under-served, impoverished communities in Ghana and around the world.

GMH Book Fundraiser

Ghana Medical Help is partnering with Canadian Astronaut Col. Chris Hadfield to support locally driven, needs-based projects that advance health equity and improve health and well being in under-resourced communities of Ghana. The proceeds from each HARDCOVER AUTOGRAPHED BOOK sold through this page will go directly toward GMH initiatives on the ground.

Help us achieve our goal by ordering your signed copy of The Apollo Murders today!

Our projects

Maternity Service Agenda

GMH’s newest ground-breaking initiative is poised to strengthen maternal and newborn care in northern Ghana, ushering in a new era where every mother and child has access to the high-quality healthcare they deserve.

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Clinical Engineering Project

Addressing gaps in clinical engineering capacity is a cost-effective solution to sustainably improve the capacity of healthcare professionals to provide the life-saving care that all people deserve access to.

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The Hospital Support Project

The Hospital Support Project is a cost-effective approach to simultaneously alleviate deficiencies in access to medical equipment, clinical training, and biomedical engineering.

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Big or small, your every gift helps to create a healthier future for our world.

Be The Change

Who We Are

The Ghana Medical Help team is a group of dedicated professionals from diverse backgrounds with a common goal of seeing access to health care become a human right.

Why Choose Us

The GMH approach involves sustainable, research-based, customized interventions.
By collaborating with the local health care providers and community leaders on program development and operation, GMH has created a system that allows for ongoing monitoring, evaluation and adaptation of its programs. This method generates successful interventions that emphasize local ownership and are specifically tailored to the local environment, ultimately transitioning to self-sufficiency and effectively eliminating the traditional challenges faced by many international aid initiatives.

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Keep the money you raise whether you beat your goal or not. Also no deadlines reqquirements. So you keep what you raise for your cause.
We can help structure your gift to maximize tax advantages and we will work with your professional advisor to put in place highly effective approaches to charitable giving. This work will help your gift becomes more valuable for charity activities.
Many other organizations and millions of individuals worked with us and we offer the opportunity to connect with other donors. We hope we can create a large supportive community by our trusted.
We are a local organization with five decades of experience, our board of trustees and professional staff have broad knowledge of community issues and needs. We’ve developed successful partnerships with local and national companies across different business sectors.

What people say

Dr. Patrick Atobrah

"We are so grateful for [everything] GMH has done for us, but we are like Oliver Twist - we need more!"

Medical Superintendent at the Zebilla District Hospital, joking about the parallels between his hospital and the hungry orphan from the Dickens' classic.

Dr. Dominic Akaateba

"My experience with Ghana Medical Help has in a way helped me to better understand my own people - and to be able to help my own people."

GMH Director of Operations Ghana and Medical Officer with the Ghana Health Service

Dr. William Gudu
"Without GMH’s support, we would all have packed up and gone home."

Medical Superintendent at Bongo Hospital, expressing the impact that GMH donations have had on the hospital's capacity.