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Meet people and life-changing teachers in need of your support

Patients

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Evelyn needs an emergency surgery to fight appendicitis.

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...

fully funded
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Rita needs $1,400 to fight a complex hole-in-heart she is suffering from.

Rita Annor is a 10 year old girl from Ghana who wants to become a teacher in future, but she was born with a complex hole-in-heart condition called tetralogy of fallot.

$ 1388.00 still needed
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Sarah Botchway from Ghana needs $650 for her eye surgery

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...

fully funded

Health Insurance

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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...

$ 71.00 still needed
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$5 will get Ruth on the national health Insurace

15 year Ruth Nyarkoh has huge aspirations. She want to transform and impact life by being a nurse. $5 will register her on the national health insurance and allow her to go in for free medical treatment anytime she is sick

fully funded
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Give Felicia free healthcare access for two years

Felicia is a 14 year old lady in junior high school (JHS1) aspires to be a seamstress as her profession. A fish monger..

$ 8.00 still needed

Campaigns

Our Story

I was in my room and my mom came to me and asked for 20 Ghana cedis ($5 USD) to help take a man she called my brother to the hospital because his sickness was getting worse and his family could not afford to take him to the hospital. 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.

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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 receipt 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, patient, 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

Emily Sheldon

Director of Health Innovation, Impact Hub Accra