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GHANA: Clinic Brings Medical Care to Rural Ghanaians

Completed Project

Healthcare facilities in rural parts of Ghana are scarce. The area outside the nation’s capital of Accra lacks a permanent medical facility, so residents have to travel more than a dozen miles by foot for healthcare, wait many months for medical volunteers to visit their villages, or go without treatment altogether. The Anglican Diocese of Accra will open a health clinic to serve 15 rural communities in Ga South Municipality. The community clinic will provide outpatient services, a maternity ward, restrooms and sleeping accommodations. Patients, their families and other community members will have the opportunity to inter-act with God’s Word through daily devotions and weekly Bible studies.

Funds Needed: $87,360

Full Project Information: ARDF-Ghana-Accra-Medical Clinic

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