In January 2016 AGCC, undertook our first Medical Mission where free medical care was provided to over 450 children and expecting mothers in the Ashaiman Region of Ghana. Since then we have had missions to Ghana each year till present.
AGCC organized a free health screening outreach in prampram, which had close to a hundred volunteers (medical and nonmedical) in attendance including pharmacists, nurses, midwives and community leaders. AGCF also held the first CPR training programs in the region to train the local medical staff as well as mothers and children on basic CPR manoeuvres.
AGCF organized an and Antimicrobial Resistance (AMR) Education Symposium which had over 420 people in attendance including pharmacists, nurses, midwives and community leaders. AGCF also collaborated in a global health WASH program (WASH=water, sanitation and hygiene.)
The organization mobilized 30 volunteer healthcare professionals from the United States, and over 30 from Ghana to serve on the mission. On January 8 and 9, the medical screening continued at Odorkor-Otaten in the Ablekuma North Municipality within Accra, where 1,007 people we served.
In 2017, AGCF executed a medical mission in the Ningo Prampram Region and Women's Prison service to provide medical care for over 1,300 people in the community and the women in prison. An STI Educational classes in Sexually Transmitted Infections (STI) were provided to over 300
children this year.