Evelyn is a 18 year old senior high school final year student from Ghana who wants to be a news presenter in the nearest future. She fainted in school and now needs an emergency surgery to fight appendicitis...
Mawusi Sanu is a seven month old baby of Jennifer Asempa a twenty five year old Ghanaian woman who resides in Accra,Ghana.
Sarah Botchway is a three year old and lives in Ghana’s Central Region. As a baby, she developed an Epibulbar Dermoid Cyst, which is causing her to go blind in her left eye and experience discomfort...
Comfort Essiaba is a 13 year old. She is a second year junior high school student who aspires to be a nurse in future.
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...
Meet young Desmond a football enthusiast. "I want to be a great footballer in the world some day" says young Desmond.
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
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.
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.
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"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."
Director of Health Innovation, Impact Hub Accra