With the understanding that detention in whatever form is injurious to health, CCF has gone beyond the prisons. Through our Health Check Series, we have come to the aid of many Ghanaians who have been detained in hospitals because of their inability to settle their bills and solicited support for the many others who require surgery. We have also provided prosthetic hands and legs for many children whose parents have either neglected them or cannot afford medical care for them.

Please support me; my breast is ‘burst’-59-yr-old widow cries

A 59-year-old widow, Esther Kwabea would have lost her life to a disease suspected to be breast cancer without the knowledge of her relatives and neighbours at Madina. But for the timely support of Crime Check Foundation (CCF), she would receive medical treatment. Speaking to, Madam Kwabea said her left breast got swollen and […]

Young man who got blind during ‘ghetto’ fight begs for support to undergo surgery

29-year-old Shewu Ibrahim who was beaten during a fight in a ghetto that rendered him blinded requires Fifteen Thousand Ghana cedis to undergo surgery to correct his sight. He tells that life has been unfair to him since the last eighteen years he got on the streets. Ibrahim said his street life started when […]

‘Kraman koti’, ‘dabodabo koti’; effective herbs that cure gono and other severe diseases

Whilst herbal medicines arguably are said to cure every disease, the concerns of many are its unregulated measurement for intake and the combination of different medicinal tree species for its preparation. For most local herbal sellers, their herbal products are packaged in unlabeled bottles and containers and sometimes tied in transparent rubber bags. This means […]

Memuna can now see fully after getting partially blind in an acid attack

30-year-old Memuna Malik has undergone the second of a series of surgeries that has restored her sight fully. She was partially blind in an acid attack in Saudi Arabia, which deformed her face and parts of her body. Memuna said when she returned to Ghana she had to veil her face to hide her scary […]

CCF supports Glovo dispatch rider who was sent home to rot for his inability to pay medical bills

36-year-old Glovo dispatch rider, Michael Ohene is battling for his life after doctors at Korle-Bu Teaching hospital sent him home for his inability to afford medical treatment for his fractured leg. He told, he was involved in an accident when he bumped into a pothole after he had gone to deliver an item. Luckily […]

Acid attack victim undergoes surgery to improve sight

Crime Check Foundation (CCF) has supported acid attack victim, Memuna Malik to undergo a plastic surgery to improve her sight. The surgery, which was carried out at the Korle-Bu Teaching hospital, is one of a series of surgeries she has to undergo to correct her deformed face and other parts of her body. The 30-year-old […]


The wife of the Executive Director of Crime Check Foundation (CCF), Ibrahim Oppong Kwrateng has been laid to rest. The late Amina Kwarteng died at age 44 on Saturday, June 18 2022 after a short illness in Turkey where she went to receive medical treatment. She was buried at the Maqbara-e-Musian, Kasoa Cementary after Juma’ […]

VERY SAD: CCF mourns as Wife of Executive Director passes on

The Crime Check Foundation family is in a state of mourning as the wife of its Executive Director, Amina Oppong Kwarteng passes on at age 44. Her shocking death happened on Saturday, June 18 after a short illness in Turkey where she went to receive medical treatment. The demise of Mrs. Kwarteng whose support helped […]

Sick Ghanaian in Saudi Arabia cries to come home over cruel treatment

A Ghanaian lady identified as Ernestina who went to seek greener pastures in the Gulf City of Saudi Arabia has regretted after being subjected to sordid jobs which have cost her health. Despite her ailing health, she said she has been detained and has been denied the right to healthcare. She is appealing for help […]

Please help save my son- mother of blood cancer patient pleads

7-year-old blood cancer patient, Ben Israel is battling for his life as his parents struggle to pay for his treatment at the Korle-Bu Teaching hospital. During Crime Check Foundation’s (CCF) visit to the hospital, Israel was gasping for breath while his mother intermittently wiped his mouth, which was drooling. Speaking to his mother, she said […]