INTRODUCTION

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.

CCF pays surgery bill of 57-year-old man

Crime Check Foundation (CCF) has paid GHC2400 as full cost of a 57-year-old man who needs an urgent implant removal. The man, Amos Ankomah -Koranteng says, he was knocked down by a motorbike 6years ago at Lapaz, a suburb of Accra, when he was on his way to work. “I was on my way to […]

6-year-old disabled twin orphans live in abject poverty

6-year-old Atsu and Este Kaize live in abject poverty after the death of their parents five years ago. The boys who live with their maternal uncle, Kwame Kaize in Kasoa a town in the Central Region are trading their childhood to survive. Atsu and Este struggle for space to sleep each night as they share […]

Girl with bleeding nose receives support from Conquer Prayer Ministry

Crimecheckghana few weeks back reported on a 19-year-old Rosemond Opoku who has blood oozing from her mouth and ear for months. Crimecheckghana through our Health check project visited Rosemond and her mother at the 37 military hospitals where it was established by doctors that, Rosemond’s situation is as a result of some cancerous substances in […]

52-year-old brain tumor afflicted seamstress needs GHC 19,434.46 to survive.

52-year-old Alima Aliyu risk losing her life if she fails to raise GHC19, 434.46 to undergo surgery. According to doctor’s report, the tumor developing in her brain has successfully spread into her eye sockets resulting into progressive loss of vision in her left eye. Madam Aliyu said, she has experienced acute headache in the past […]

MY EIGHT YEAR OLD BOY CANNOT WALK NOR TALK- MOTHER CRIES OUT

Mother of Morris Manor, an eight year old boy who cannot walk nor talk was devastated when doctors diagnosed her son of Cerebral Palsy. Neglected by her husband and family, distressed mother, Madam Rebecca Agama, could not abandon her child to work and raise the huge sum of money for her child’s medication. Having heard […]

DISTRESSED MARIAMA FINALLY GETS HELP TO GO BACK HOME

CCF pays for the discharge of woman with cut leg. Mariama was operated on the leg at Dodze in the Volta region of Ghana. She was later transferred to the Orthopedic Training Centre (OTC) at Nsawam for treatment, but unfortunately could not pay her one thousand and thirty Ghana cedis bill. She was detained. Luck […]

MY SICK AND POOR MOTHER IS DYING. WHO WILL HELP HER? – LITTLE DAUGHTER CRIES FOR HELP

20-year-old Mommie is an example of the phrase ‘I have nobody to turn to’ as she struggles to single handedly fend for her sick mother and herself. In a recent interview with Crime Check Foundation’s Ibrahim Oppong Kwarteng, Madam Helena, Mommie’s mother narrated their ordeal highlighting the impact of her sickness on her daughter. “Because […]

AN ENCOUNTER WITH THE SUFFERING AT RIDGE HOSPITAL

Encounter with the suffering; sad story of a boy attacked by robbers Encounter with the suffering is a sad story of a young boy which begun after Emmanuel offered to give a young man who was an accomplice to robber a ride on his motorbike at a time he was sent on an errand to […]

THE PAIN OF BEING IN HOSPITAL WITH NO HOPE OF GOING HOME

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CRIME CHECK FOUNDATION LAUNCHES NEW HEALTH CHECK SERIES

Management of Crime Check Foundation (CCF), a Prison Advocacy Organization has launched a new Health Check Series in Accra. The Health Check Series is an initiative that seeks to support patients in critical need of surgeries and other health situations, who do not have the means. The Executive Director of CCF, Mr. Ibrahim Oppong Kwarteng […]