We are committed to improving access to affordable healthcare and assisting educational initiatives in local communities in Ghana. We are driven by the hope that every effort to can inspire change, regardless of the socioeconomic conditions.
We believe we can make a difference as we work collaboratively with organizations that share our values, and affect sustainable change in both healthcare and education. We believe that no one solution fits every challenge, hence we are dedicated to finding and supporting the right strategies —to meet the needs of today, tomorrow and into the future.
As of Thursday 4th March 2021, more than
600 residents received COVID-19 vaccines at the George and Angelina Owusu
Medical Center (GAOMC) in Akyawkrom. This was scheduled as the first phase of a
much-anticipated vaccination drive that prioritized frontline healthcare
workers and people over the age of 60.
Ghana began its COVI
hoped to tangibly contribute is to help bridge the gap between theory and
practice. Our universities produce graduates every day, most with limited
exposure to the actual machines and facilities in the industry. It is
impossible for them to contribute without transforming their “book knowledge”
into real-world experience.
As part of its mission to contribute to the development of a healthier, more engaged, and better-informed population, the George and Angelina Owusus Foundation has agreed to work with the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (College of Health Sciences) to create opportunities in clinical services, training, and research at the Akyawk