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 SETS FREE FIVE INMATES OF THE SEKONDI CENTRAL PRISON

Crime Check Foundation CCF has released five inmates of the Sekondi Local Prison. The inmates were imprisoned due to their inability to pay court fines imposed on them, after the courts found them guilty of committing petty offences. The inmates Enoch Baidoo, Ransford Agbeko, Kelvin Maduako, Eric Ezoah Abizi and Francis Kaku were charged with […]

ENOCH APPIAGYEI GETS SUPPORT FROM CRIME CHECK FOUNDATION

The days of suffering seems to be over for 40 year old Enoch Appiagyei as Mfantseman Kuw in Italy surprise him with trading capital. The father of three comes from Dobeng in the Central Region of Ghana and has been selling car dusters on the streets of Accra for the past ten years as his […]

CCF COMES TO THE RESCUE OF THE ALORNYO FAMILY

35 year old Ekua Alornyo is calling on the public to help her as she is in abject poverty and her landlady is threatening to eject her from the house. Ekua’s husband, Kofi Alornyo was suffering from hernia and passed away while undergoing surgery at the Apalo hospital in Suhum five months ago. The widow […]

GRADUATE NURSE TURNS STREET HAWKER

A graduate of Zuarungu Nursing Training in the Upper East Region, Ndoo Mary Azure is currently on the streets of Accra selling to make a living following failure by government to post graduate nurses on time. 30year old Miss Azure who hails from Bolgatanga in the Upper East Region graduated as a Nurse Assistant in […]

CCF SUPPORTS VISUALLY IMPAIRED HUMPREY DAGADU

As part of Crime Check Foundation CCF’s Health Check Project, 77year old diabetic patient, Humphrey Dagadu receives proper medical care. Visually impaired and Amputee Humprey Dagadu who hails from Sefwi Wiawso in the Western Region of Ghana is suffering from Diabetes which has gradually affected his eyes and legs. The wishy-washy looking man said he […]

CCF TO THE RESCUE OF PREGNANT GIFTY

Crime Check Foundation CCF has supported pregnant commercial sex worker, Gifty Nketia as all hopes of keeping her unborn child was lost. Gifty who hails from Brong Ahafo Region of Ghana has been working as a prostitute to take care of her four children after the demise of her husband. “My husband was involved in […]

CCF DONORS FETE THE NEEDY

As Christmas is a time of giving and sharing, many look forward to helping others, especially the poor in the society. This is what motivated Crime Check Foundation CCF to share food. CCF teamed up with its donors ahead of the festive season to donate food items to the voiceless, underprivileged and others in need. […]

CCF RELEASES AN INMATE AT AWUTU CAMP PRISON

Crime Check Foundation CCF, a correctional focused NGO, has facilitated the release of 31 year old Richard Ofosu Odame at the Awutu Camp Prison. Mr. Ibrahim Oppong Kwarteng, the Executive Director of CCF said the Foundation facilitated the release of the inmate with support from Kwabena and Ekua in the U.S. Odame, a native of […]

CCF HELPS FEMALE RECIDIVIST

44 year old recidivist, Selina Mensah sheds tears as Crime Check Foundation CCF through its Ex-convicts Reintegration project supports her to start a business. Selina who has served a ten year jail term for a narcotic offence and another three year jail term for stealing, is currently going through financial difficulties as a result of […]

THE ABADU FAMILY RECEIVES DONATION FROM CCF

Crime Check Foundation CCF has shown kind gesture to the Abadu family after the demise of their 13year old son Kwadwo Abadu. Abadu who hails from Jukwa in the Central Region was suffering from cancer but was not able to receive appropriate treatment because of financial difficulties. Alex Abadu, father of the deceased, said he […]