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 support mothers at Kasoa Mother and Child Polyclinic

New and expectant mothers at the Kasoa Mother and Child Polyclinic are hopeful of nurturing their babies without difficulties. This was after Crime Check Foundation, CCF went to their aid at the polyclinic. Some of the items that were donated through the Foundation’s donors included detergents, baby clothes and baby diapers. Receiving the items, the […]

Saudi acid victim excited as she recovers from her first surgery

30-year-old Saudi acid victim, Memuna Malik has expressed gratitude to Crime Check Foundation, CCF and its donors after supporting her to undergo the first phase of series of facial plastic surgeries. The surgery which was undertaken at the Korle-Bu Teaching hospital, cost Fifty-Two Thousand Ghana cedis contributed by donors of CCF and the general public […]

CCF goes to the aid of stranded patients

Crime Check Foundation, CCF has rescued a patient and some new mothers at the Greater Accra Regional hospital who were detained for their inability to pay their bills. The beneficiaries Charlotte and Charity Anima had to be ‘locked up’ by the management of the hospital because they struggled to pay their bills after given birth […]

The school rejected my son because of his leg – a mother’s plight

A mother of a four-year-old boy has narrated how a school refused her son admission in the Ashanti Region because he is physically challenged. Musah Yakubu is a four-year-old boy who has his right leg crippled restricting his movement. The woman who revealed her identity to the crimecheckghana as Azumah said her child was born […]

CCF donates to Motherly Love Orphanage

Crime Check Foundation, CCF has gone to the aid of the Motherly Love Orphanage at Dome Kwabenya in Accra with food items and an amount of Three Thousand Ghana cedis. The items which included fizzy drinks, bags of rice, sugar and cooking oil was also worth Three thousand Ghana cedis donated by Linda, Amy, Dora […]

Tricycle rider burns his girlfriend and her sisters over failed relationship

Two sisters, 18-year-old Emelia Adomaa and 14-year-old Portia Sadia have suffered severe burns after Emelia’s former boyfriend set their room ablaze. According to the girls’ elder sister, Formaa Ernestina, Emelia’s 22-year-old boyfriend got infuriated after she told him about her mother’s advice to her to jilt their relationship because of her level of education. She […]

14 yr old Kelvin undergoes successful hole-in-heart surgery

14-year-old Kelvin Asare has undergone a Fifty-Two Thousand Four Hundred and Fifty Six Ghana cedis hole-in-heart surgery at the Korle- Bu Teaching hospital. The successfully conducted surgery was funded by Crime Check Foundation, CCF with support from its donors home and abroad to correct his defective organ. Kelvin, prior to the surgery looked weak and […]


30-year-old Memuna Malik has undergone a Fifty-Two Thousand Ghana cedis plastic surgery at the Korle-Bu Teaching hospital to uplift her deformed face. Donors of Crime Check Foundation funded the surgery and it is the first of series of surgeries she will undergo to restore her severely bruised face, chest and parts of her left hand. Miss Malik […]

Who will save my 7-month-old son from kidney faiure?- woman cries

7 months old Khalid Tamim is slowly dying as both of his kidneys has failed. This has made his parents restless after struggling to get him proper medical care. His mother, 43-year-old Rakia Alhassan who hawks ‘pure water’ says life has been tough for them as she makes meagre profit from her business. She sais […]

My uncles gave my father’s property to my step-mother and abandoned me-physically challenged lady cries

An orphaned level 300 student of the Mampong Midwifery Training College in the Ashanti Region, 27-year-old Vera Eshun ended up been a school drop out after she deferred her course to seek medical attention to an ailment, avascular necrosiss which has rendered her physically challenged. According to the orphan, the circumstances that have led to her […]