INTRODUCTION

Most of our prison interviewees admit poverty and frustration pushed them into crime. This is why this segment is devoted to helping the poor, the voiceless and the underprivileged to skip the trap of crime and imprisonment.

This segment also shares the stories of exconvicts and their families that have received support from Crime Check Foundation as well as others who require support to re-integrate successfully into society.

Crimecheckghana features their concerns and solicits support to make their life worth living.

CCF EQUIPS GHANA PRISONS SERVICE TO FIGHT THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC

The Ghana Prisons Service is set to fight the Corona Virus Pandemic as Crime Check Foundation CCF donates preventive items worth Thirteen Thousand Ghana Cedis to help avert the spread of the Virus in Prisons. The items which were donated at the Prisons Service Headquarters in Accra included 20 pieces of Veronica buckets, 50 boxes […]

FAMISHED COUPLE WITH DISABLED KIDS GET CCF SUPPORT

Crime Check Foundation CCF has brought joy to Abraham and Afia, the parents of two disabled children, as a donation of Three Thousand Five Hundred and Fifty Five Ghana Cedis was made to them through the contributions of its donors. Before this gesture, the couple who reside in Nkwanta Kese in the Ashanti Region of […]

HAWKER WITHOUT HOPE RECEIVES CAPITAL BOOST FROM CCF

Crime Check Foundation, CFF rescues business of a street hawker whose fortunes seemed to have been dashed. The 46 year old Madam Addo Diana whose capital is two hundred Ghana cedis has been hawking on the streets of Accra for over eight years. Teary Diana said her husband is an upholstery apprentice who only visits […]

STREET HAWKER APPIAGYEI RECEIVES BIG SURPRISE OF HIS LIFE

The days of distress appears to have come to an end for struggling poor street hawker Enoch Appiah Agyei as Crime Check Foundation CCF surprises him with a huge amount of money.  The father of three who hails from Dobeng in the Central Region of Ghana tells crimecheckghana how he and his family have had […]

CCF APPEALS FOR EDUCATIONAL FUNDING OF OHEMAA’S KIDS

Heavily pregnant tiger nut seller, Ohemaa has passed away after suffering excessive bleeding in labour leaving behind five children. Ohemaa a native of Bodwesango in the Adansi North District of the Ashanti Region was discovered by Crime Check Foundation selling tiger nuts on the street of McCarthy Hill with her protruding stomach. The mother of […]

CRIME CHECK FOUNDATION DONORS PAY SETH SAFI’S RENT.

Seth finally gets to pay his rent after his landlady threaten to throw him and his bedridden mother out of the house. Seth Safi who lives at Kanawu, a suburb of Accra, has been taking care of his mother who has suffered stroke for the past 2years. He said he was sacked from his workplace […]

NYARKO FAMILY DONATES TO MADAM CHRISTIANA OSEI

“If not for my grandchild, I think I will be better off dead than being alive”, says a 68 year old grandmother in dire need of support. Madam Christiana lost her husband after she gave birth to her first child. In 2006, the child also passed away leaving her with one grandchild. Since then, life […]

WOMAN WHO BEGS TO SURVIVE APPEALS FOR HELP

65 year old Lilian Tetteh says she has lost two of her children as a result of financial difficulties and has to beg to be able to afford daily meals. Madam Tetteh, a resident of Lapaz in the Greater Accra Region of Ghana lost her husband in 2008 leaving her with five children. Her two […]

PARADISE PRAYER CENTRE DONATES TO CRIME CHECK FOUNDATION

Paradise Prayer Center, a prayer group at South Odorkor in the Greater Accra Region, Ghana as part of its head pastor’s birthday celebration has donated an amount of fifty thousand Ghana cedis to Crime Check Foundation CCF to support prisoners and the marginalized in society. The head pastor, Elder Daniel Owusu said the gesture is […]

ATADWI SELLER, OHEMAA DIES DESPITE FINANCIAL SUPPORT FROM SHALOM PRAYER GROUP AND OTHERS

Tiger nut seller, Ohemaa dies together with her child few minutes after delivery at Winneba Hospital. Ohemaa has been selling tiger nuts on the streets of McCarthy hill, a suburb of Accra after she divorced her first husband with whom she had four children. The hardworking woman re-married but still had to struggle to help […]