December 4, 2018

Below are photos from AEMS's (medical mass casualty collaborative) 5-day Disaster Medicine course at Komfo Anokye Teaching Hospital during September and October of 2018. The course, led by Roxane Richter of World Missions Possible, was fully accredited through Kwame Nk...

August 26, 2018

Would you like to showcase your unique products and services, at no direct cost to your company, in front of national healthcare leaders, government officials, doctors, hospital administrators, and medical services decision-makers? 

This September and Octobe...

February 10, 2018

The “AEMS Collaborative” is a unique multinational, multidisciplinary team of emergency physicians, emergency nurses, disaster experts, global health scholars, and emergency medicine fellows dedicated to researching, identifying, and implementing timely Ghana-specific...

October 15, 2015

1,200 patients were offered and received free medical and vision care. The areas served included N'gani (witches village), Ekotsi and Bogyano. Care included free diagnostics, eyeglasses and medications, the use of our mobile ultrasound, vascular doppler fetal tone read...

October 22, 2010

1,105 patients were offered and received free medical care, vision screening and eyeglasses. The areas served included N'gani (witches village), Ekotsi and Bogyano. Care included free diagnostics, eyeglasses and medications, the use of our brand-new mobile ultrasound,...

October 13, 2009

Some 900 patients were offered and received free medical care. The areas served included N'gani (witches village), Ekotsi and Bogyano. Care included free diagnostics and medications, the use of our brand-new mobile ultrasound, vascular doppler fetal tone readings, rehy...

October 24, 2008

Some 600 patients were offered and received free medical care. The areas served included N'gani (witch's village), Ekotsi and Bogyano. Care included free diagnostics and medications, the use of our brand-new mobile ultrasound, vascular doppler fetal tone readings, rehy...

October 11, 2007

The 2007 World Missions Possible Ghana team was able to provide FREE medical care, medication and services to around 700 patients! Which means, of course, that the team sweated, worked until dark (no electric), and were mobbed by crowds of people at every clinic....

November 6, 2006

In October and November of 2006, WMP sent a volunteer medial mission team to Ghana to provide free primary care. Approximately 250 patients were treated in rural, hard-to-reach areas in northern villages in Ghana. Free diagnostics, medical treatment and medication were...

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