Our Work

Compassionate Missionary Work in Ghana

Since Ghana Ministries began, we have taken a singular focus on improving the living conditions of orphans in Ghana. We believe that we are all children of God, and that these young people deserve the best we are capable of providing them. The highest possible percentage of all donations go straight to these children—not toward our travel or living expenses. Our mission is to support these children by providing them with the vital resources they need to thrive.

Services We Provide

As this ministry continues to grow we realize that orphan care is so much more than our original view! It means aiding the communities as a whole to prevent children from being orphaned in the first place. Many children we have talked to over the years have the same story, “My mother or father died after an illness and my surviving parent could no longer care for me.” We realize orphan care should be viewed from a multi-prong approach. While continuing to support orphanages we feel it is time to branch out to communities that lack medical and dental care thereby decreasing the chances of a child being orphaned.

Making a Difference

We are excited to create new partnerships and continue to find bigger and better ways to help the children of Ghana. We have great hope to really change lives and make the world a better place. We know that with our God anything is possible and we want to use our resources to make our goals a reality.

Learn more about what we do by calling (800) 219-2758 or contact us online.

medical care

This brings us to 16 year old Shalinda Akosah. In June 2019 Dr. Asamoah performed surgery to debulk a tumor in her left cheek. She was supposed to receive chemotherapy and radiation in the area post-surgery but, as is so common in a developing country, the family could not cover the costs and she went without the necessary treatments. Her tumor grew quickly in a short period of time. In January 2020 Shalinda visited Dr. Asamoah and with Ghana Ministries we made arrangements for her to receive the treatment she so desperately needed. Her father, Rogers, was not a believer but has now given his life to Christ!

15 year old Gladys was brought to us in November 2020 with a large, facial  myoepithelioma, a benign tumor. Her father abandoned the family  leaving Grace, Gladys mother, to care for Gladys, her 10 year old sister Doris and 1 year old twins Paul and Blessing.
Gladys’s mother works in the fields  and received very little support from her community as Gladys’ condition labeled her as “cursed”. They could not afford the medical care she so desperately needed. Thanks to donors we were able to sponsor Gladys and she had extensive surgery in January 2021 to remove the tumor. Gladys is a happy, kind, intelligent young lady who aspires to be a nurse one day.

This little fellow had a problem with  the fluid in his  brain accumulating. We  were able to pay for a shunt to permanently drain the fluid.

Baby S. She had a rather large opening in her spine. We provided testing and supportive care. Sadly, she passed before the surgical repair could be done.

Baby K

Three year old “K” had a tumor on his kidney. We met him at the end of his treatment. Through donations were were able to pay his remaining hospital bills so he and his family could return to their village.