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Patients

Kekeli needs $1500 more to get the $8,000 surgery he needs fight the hole-in-heart condition worrying him.

This condition was unknown until Bright got ill at the age of 5 years. He was initially diagnosed with Pneumonia but was later transferred to the Cardiothoracic Center at Korle-bu Hospital, where they found he has the heart defect.

Fully Funded
COVID-19 | PERIOD KNOWS NO PANDEMIC

The need to reach out especially to rural girls and women in urban slums and shanty towns, even In a lockdown, can not be overemphasized. Simply put, the natural and biological process of menstruation knows no pandemic. The inaccessibility of sanitary products coupled with the exorbitant tax placed on them, classified as luxury goods, makes it more expensive for poor women and girls to purchase.

$2,995.00 still needed
Arihoona is a ten months old baby from Uganda who needs $250 to get Hydrocephalus surgery.

Baby Arihoona's parents Christopher and Irene managed to pay for his first surgery for Spina Bifida. But as peasant farmers, they are unable to afford the $250 urgent treatment their child needs now.

$251.00 still needed

Classroom Supplies

We need basic essential for teaching and learning

The school has a total population of over 200 pupils, due to inadequate furniture, pupils are compelled to sit on a bare floor which makes them feel uncomfortable to concentrate when teaching is going on.

$2,600.00 still needed
Support for basic needs for Glatom Acadamy school

Madam Gladys started the Glatom school in 2015 to provide education to out of school children in a poor community she finds herself. But due to lack of funds or support, the school lacks essential resources to give these children the best education it could.

Fully Funded

Health Insurance

Support this beautiful family to get health insured and access to healthcare

The Mensah's live in Ohua, a village in the central region of Ghana, that is very deprived and lacks a health center. They are hard working farmers who...

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Support Jennifer get the health insurance she needs!

Full of aspirations, Jennifer who loves cooking wants to become a doctor.

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With $5 Sarah can join the national health insurance for 2 years

Sarah Abekah is a quiet 9 year old girl from a village called Adaa in the central region of Ghana. With $5, Sarah can be registered...

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Campaigns

Impact Stories

To date over 300 people have been funded and given access to life-changing healthcare on crowdfrica.org and 2000 people have been educated on community health issues and health insurance.

Our Story

Randy, the founder of Crowdfrica was in his room when his mom came to him asking for GHS 20.00 ($5) to take his brother to get healthcare. He had no money on him and so he was unable to offer any. A week later, his brother died leaving them in shock and distraught. Read full story

How It Works

Fund a Campaign

Meet people in need of access to healthcare or find a classroom request that inspires you and donate as low as $5 to make it possible for them.

We Do Our Part

When a campaign is fully funded, we transfer funds to the healthcare partner once treatment is confirmed. For health insurance, we do the registration for the person. When a classroom request is fully funded, we buy all requested materials and send them directly to the school.

Get Solid Updates

We send you solid updates like photos, videos, cost receipts and thank you letters. You will know the impact you have made.

Our Efficiency & Transparency

We know that you care about how effectively your donation is being used. That's why we show you how every dollar was spent, how you made a difference, and how grateful the health workers, patients, teachers and students are. View our documents.

Testimony

"Crowdfrica is revolutionizing the act of crowdfunding for the African continent. For the first time, funds are being raised by people who come from the same community and have a deep understanding of their needs and processes."

Emily Sheldon

Director of Health Innovation, Impact Hub Accra

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