MORE INMATES TO BENEFIT FROM CRIME CHECK FOUNDATION’s LIVELIHOOD SUPPORT INITIATIVES AT JAMES CAMP PRISON.

Inmates at James Camp Prison in Accra are to benefit from a training programme in Batik Tye and Dye and offer livelihood support modules as part of the CCF Ex-convict Reintegration Programme. The programme which is being funded by Black Stars and Newcastle Midfielder, Christian Atsu and CCF seeks to support efforts by the Ghana […]

I WANT TO KILL MYSELF – WIDOW WITH 6 CHILDREN GRIEVES

38 year old Nana Akua, a widow and a mother of six children laments her ordeal to crimecheckghana.  She and her children currently have nowhere to sleep as they are being ejected from their room due to her inability to pay her rent. Nana Akua told crimecheckghana that she was living with her husband at […]

EX-CONVICT MARK MENSAH RECEIVES ADDITIONAL SUPPORT THROUGH CCF’S RE-INTEGRATION PROJECT.

Ex-convict, Mark Mensah was supported to start his own air freshener business through Crime Check Foundation’s ex-convict Reintegration Project. The project which has Black Stars and New Castle Winger Christian Atsu as the single largest donor has supported many ex-convicts in Ghana with livelihood support. Mark is an ex-convict who served a four year jail […]

Update: By-day worker thrown in jail receives help

Akua Afriyie, a single mother of four who was thrown in jail without  fair hearing has received help from Crimecheckfoundation, (CCF) (crimecheckghana). Crimecheckghana few weeks back reported of a by- day worker who was thrown in jail by her pay master when she insisted on getting her 6-months salary arrears paid and in the process broke […]

Crime Check Foundation launches Ex-convicts Reintegration project

Crime Check Foundation (CCF) a non-governmental organization has launched a project to reintegrate ex-convicts into the society. Speaking at the launch, the Executive Director of CCF, Mr. Ibrahim Oppong Kwarteng said, the project seeks to set-up ex-convicts in any business of their choice after they have left the prisons. Mr. Kwarteng said, the project has […]

Christian Atsu assists ex-convict with Startup capital

An Ex- convict, Mark Mensah, who was sentenced to a four-year jail term for stealing eight bags of cement and three plastic chairs at the Winneba local prison has been supported by Christian Atsu, the Newcastle winger. The support is part of Crime Check Foundation’s (CCF) Reintegration Project in collaboration with the Newcastle midfielder, Christian […]

Christian Atsu warms hearts; helps ex-convict to set up his own business

Black Stars & Newcastle midfielder, Christian Atsu has warmed the hearts of many after helping a freed prisoner, Amo Mensah, to set up his own business. Christian Atsu in collaboration with Crime Check Foundation has helped the said ex-convict to start a business of his own, as part of his support to CCF’s Reintegration project. […]

Released Pregnant Prisoner Gets Shop, Accommodation And GH¢7,000.00

Pregnant Ama Anima tells crimecheckghana that she found herself in the Kumasi Female prison because she was unable to pay a fine of 1,200 cedis for biting the hand of her accuser. As someone who earns 120 cedis a month for working on a refuse dump site, she couldn’t raise the money, so had to […]

Crime Check Foundation supports inmate with industrial sewing machine

By Morkporkpor Anku, GNA Accra, March 16, GNA – Management of Crime Check Foundation, (CCF), an NGO, has presented an industrial sewing machine to Ishmael Quansah, an inmate of the contagious disease Prisons in Cape Coast. Mr Ibrahim Oppong Kwarteng, the Ambassador Extraordinaire of Prisons, who made the presentation, said the donation was made possible […]

Released Prisoner Akosua Sarfowaa finally gives birth

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