Though we only reached 14.9% of our financial goal, we were able to make 100% impact on the lives of the people we set out to help.
On Sunday, December 1st in celebration of World AIDS Day AHN, Flirt With The World and YMAU distributed 12, 000 free condoms and AHN screened 350 residents of Accra's Agbogbloshie Market--which houses Ghana's largest migrant population.
With support from volunteers from 37 Military Nurses & medical students and various other organizations the one day health fair and 4 location condom giveaway was a huge success. And for that I want to say THANK YOU! as without your continued support none of the work we do would be possible.
The packing has begun for AHN's Health Fair & Condom Giveaway. It's never too late to show your support. Please donate and help spread the word!
Condoms, condoms and more condoms
There is an African proverb which says "If you want to go quickly, go alone. If you want to go far, go together" We have so far to go and we can only go with your help.
Please support African Health Now and thank you so much to all of you, who have already done so in so many ways.
Only 2 more weeks before Nana leaves for Ghana for the December 1st Condom Giveaway & Health fair. Not too late to show your support.
In a recent KPMG report "The State of Healthcare in Africa" it is estimated that non communicable diseases will become the number one killer of Africans by 2030.
Do your part and support African Health Now
African Health Now
is a US based NGO that promotes the health and health care of people of Pan African descent by providing information and accessibility to resources through the use of health fairs, workshops, conferences and on-going programs.
Since 2006, African Health Now has conducted free health fairs in various communities (Pokuase, Tema Station, Kumasi), throughout Ghana West Africa. Having serviced over 4000 people, this video is a culmination of our experience in Ghana and the wonderful people we have been blessed to help. Our fairs focus on some of the major silent killers in developing countries such as hypertension, diabetes, breast cancer, and malnutrition
--being able to provide basic primary health care
and fundemental health care education to some of Ghana's neediest helps combat the rising number of deaths due to NCD's.
On December 1, 2013 (World AIDS Day), African Health Now in partnership with Flirt with the World will conduct the largest health initiative in our history. This three location fair (Accra Mall, Medina Market, Labadi Beach) will focus on engaging communities across Accra in dialogues about safe sexual behavior as well as provide free primary health screenings. Our aim for December 1st, is to reach another 4000 individuals but not without your help.
Please donate now to make a difference. Every dollar counts!
to learn more about our efforts.
African Health Now is a registered 501c(3) not-for-profit organization. All contributions are tax-deductible to the extent of the law.