Truck arrives in Ghana at Annie’s Clinic

Pastor Frank unloading truck
Pastor Frank unloading truck

Praise the Lord that the shipment to Ghana was released from customs and all the money needed to pay for the extra storage and taxes was received! The truck arrived safely at Annie’s Medical Clinic in Namankwan, northeast Ghana, and was unloaded by Pastor Frank Mills and his team of helpers including local school children. Pastor Frank, featured in the photo, needs our prayers as he takes on more responsibility as Nazarene District Superintendent for two districts.

Ghana Clinic Nurse graduate
Elsie Konlan, Nurse graduate

Elsie Konlan is the first graduating nurse who will be working at Annie’s Clinic. For more about Elsie and the nurses’ training program, click here.

The Hands of Hope Northwest shipment contained: Autoclave, wheelchairs, beds, linens, carts, stethoscopes, blood pressure cuffs, medical instruments, sinks and basins, exam tables, sutures, and scalpel blades.

Ghana Clinic Completed
Annie’s Ghana Clinic Completed

Annie’s Clinic will serve a population of 100,000 people who had no access to health care. NNU Professor Joe Gorman’s daughter, Annie, is seeing her dream come true, through the partnership of Compassion for Africa and Hands of Hope NW.

The clinic will offer medical treatments for: Typhoid, cholera, malaria, cuts and infections, snake and dog bites/rabies, epilepsy, sexually transmitted diseases, stomach problems, rheumatism and goiter, ear and eye infections, skin diseases.

Medical services will include: Immunizations and contraception, Pre and post-natal care, Midwifery, Community Health Education Classes.

Thank you to all of you who supported Annie’s dream and helped it become a reality.



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