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Basic Medical Supplies For Hospitals In Ghana (GH-20-081)

Oohs N Coos Non profit in Partnership with Project Cure is committed to sending a 40 foot container of medical supplies to hospitals in Ghana , West Africa.

$503 of $30,000

Hospitals and clinics in Ghana  lack the basic medical supplies and equipment needed to provide basic medical care for people in their communities. Physicians and medicals staff in these hospitals and clinics struggle to provide basic medical care to patients as important basic medical supplies like ,Pulse oximeter, EKG , adjustable beds  and laboratory equipments  are lacking. The aim of our project is to donate medical supplies to Komfo Anokye Teaching Hospital, South Kumasi Hospital  and KNUST hospital all in Kumasi, Ghana.

Oohs and Coos, a nonprofit for women and children in the United States has partnered with Project C.U.R.E to provide vital medical supplies and equipment to these hospitals to aid provide  necessary and basic medical care.Project C.U.R.E. would like to supply us with a 40ft cargo container of medical supplies and equipment for these hospitals if we are able to pay for the assessement, packing , shipping and delivery cost of about $30,000. The container will have medical supplies worth about  $400,000 to $500,000.

Project C.U.R.E. , a nonprofit organization was founded in 1987 to provide doctors and nurses in the developing world with the necessary tools needed to perform medical procedures like treating diseases, administering vaccinations, providing quality prenatal and postnatal care and performing surgical operations., Project C.U.R.E. is the world’s largest distributor of medical donations to developing countries around the world. It has donated countless medical supplies to about 130 countries.

This fundraising will help save the lives of people in communities where basic medical care is a challenge. 100% of this fundraising money will go towards this project. Finally, we will like to express our sincere gratitude in advance to all our donors for helping save lives and improved medical care in Ghana.







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Esinam Agbley


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