Imagine a Ghana “tricycle,” made simply of a motorcycle and cargo area, used for desperately needed mobile medical outreach to villages presently without access to health care. It’s coming!
This “poor man’s version” of a mobile medical van is an amazing way for medical outreach teams to reach the most remote Ghanaian communities that are in dire need of medical care. Medical screenings, health education and counseling, and mass vaccination initiatives are just the beginning of what is possible. Serving also as an ambulance, this simple vehicle will save countless lives and change healthcare in Ghana.
Hope for Ghana is thrilled to collaborate with a dear friend and fine young family medicine doctor, Dr. Joel Duah, a former Nelson Mandela Scholar who brings his passion, understanding of community health, and tireless commitment to taking care of the most deprived communities.
It costs only $2500 to provide a life-saving “tricycle.” Donate below to help Hope for Ghana change healthcare access in Ghanaian villages forever.