Thanks to everyone who donated last weekend to make our annual Christmas GMH fundraiser a huge success! We hope that you are having a wonderful holiday season!
We are looking forward to establishing a great partnership with Painted Minds! They fund emergency medical supplies for children.
Check out their website at: paintedminds.org
Recently, Juxtaposition Global Health Magazine and the Millennium Development Project presented “Greatness from Small Beginnings”
The event highlighed student initiatives and how they are addressing the Millennium Development Goals. Speakers included Julie Caron of CWEF Tanzania, Kelly Hadfield of Ghana Medical Help, Derek Chan of Ntugi Group, Taha Tabish of G-Roots, and
“…many lives (especially children) are saved which would have otherwise perished.”
The research investigating the impact of our medical aid to our Ghana partner hospitals within the last six months has been completed. We would like to recognize and thank our incredible on-ground project leader Dominic Akaateba for his hard
Our On-Ground Project Leader Dominic Akaateba has just finished with monitoring the Upper East Region Ghana hospitals. He reports being:
“Tired, exhausted, dusted, BUT YET VERY FULFILLED! Next is to put up my report. I’m off to upper west tomorrow. Greetings from all, especially the people of sandema.”
Starting this week, our On-Ground Project Leader Dominic Akaateba is monitoring district hospitals across Ghana.
He has completed the survey of Navrongo District Hospital just hours ago. In short “…It was great”.
Thank you Dominic for your hard work and dedication!
GMH is Proud to Partner with MedWish International
Ghana Medical Help was just featured in the blog of renowned not-for-profit organization MedWish International. MedWish acts to increase access to adequate health care throughout the developing world by helping initiatives like ours. MedWish made a significant contribution of medical equipment to Ghana Medical Help
Read the full story here.