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 supports Tumor Cancer patient

James Okyere a native of Kumasi in the Ashanti Region of Ghana called on Crime Check Foundation in September,2019 to financially support him undergo Chemotherapy.  According to James, he started experiencing malaria symptoms two years ago and had to rely on malaria medication prescribed by a pharmacist. After sometime, he realized that the medication was […]

Help! Accident Victim Cries

Stephen Bonney, a 22-year-old student awaiting his examination results needs financial support for medical attention at the Komfo Anokye Teaching Hospital (KATH). Bonney a native of Berekum in the Bono Region of Ghana said he had an accident on the Berekum road whiles returning home after the day’s work. He said he was rushed to […]

CCF Visits Alimatu

Crime Check Foundation CCF, pays a visit to Tumor patient, Alimatu Ali who has been scheduled for surgery at the Korle-Bu Teaching hospital. 52year old Alimatu paid a visit to CFF’s facility some months ago to seek for financial assistance to undergo surgery which doctors said will cost nineteen thousand, four hundred and thirty-four Ghana […]

Save My Legs

51 year old Madam Hawa Issaka who was involved in an accident in 2017 runs to Crime Check Foundation for health support. The 51 year old woman who used to sell foodstuffs at Tarkwa in the Western Region of Ghana, tells crimecheckghana about a painful tragedy she still has not recovered. “I was on my […]

CANCER WOMAN ELATED

Madam Mabel Donkoh gets support from Crime Check Foundation to undergo second phase of chemotherapy. Mabel Donkoh, she was diagnosed with cancer in the womb after visiting the Korle-Bu Teaching Hospital. “Early this year, January 2019, I experienced excessive bleeding so I went to Amasaman Hospital. I was given a referral letter to Korle-Bu Teaching […]

Help Isaac Adu Mensah recover from his accident crisis

Isaac Adu Mensah, a 30 year old man who had a lorry accident is now challenged with painful swells on the neck and armpit. Isaac, an orphan has been living with his foster mother Aunty Stella for the past ten years. According to the woman, Isaac started having swelling symptoms after the incident. “He had […]

63 YEAR BREAST CANCER PATIENT CANNOT AFFORD MEDICAL BILLS.

Linda Amewu, the daughter of Grace Amewu a 63 year old breast cancer patient had lost all hope to access quality health care for her mother. She completed Senior High School with good grades with the intention to further her education in nursing but the unfortunate illness of her mother compelled her to spend her […]

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 […]