Personal Protective Equipment for Ghana Healthcare Workers
Helping our colleagues in Ghana have adequate protection in the fight against Coronavirus
Trying to make a difference where it matters
We are a group of doctors from the UK and Ghana supported by the charity MOTEC Life UK and the Ghanaian Association of Doctors in Residency who have heard the stories of a significant lack of personal protective equipment (PPE) at many Ghanaian facilities have decided to help our colleagues fighting CoViD19.
Our initial aim is to raise £100,000 to supply around 30-50,000 PPE masks, suits and gloves to our healthcare colleagues in Ghana.
We have a factory already primed with an order and a set price in this current market. We want to raise the money as quickly as possible to be able to purchase and supply the equipment as soon as possible.
How are we doing it?
Donation and Coordination
Please visit our GoFundMe page for information and to donate
If you know a Ghanaian health facility or medical professional who may require our assistance or you have any questions please contact us at
Who are we?
A group of UK and Ghanaian doctors working to help improve the working conditions of our colleagues in Ghana:
Dr Oliver Kpakpo Adebayo, Dr Laurenda Obeng, Dr Yaa Danso, Dr Emmanuel Elorm Nortey-Adom, Dr Jermaine Bamfo, Dr Jonathan Makanjuola, Dr Roxanne Annoh in association with
MOTEC Life UK, Ghana Association of Doctors in Residency (GADOR) and the GADOR CoViD Response :
Dr Bernard Hammond, Dr Florence Akumiah, Dr Priscilla Kpodo, Dr Seth Tele Hassan, Dr Dickson Bandoh, Dr Senyo Gudugbe, Dr Richard Selormey, Dr Elizabeth Botchway, Dr Solomon Kotey, Dr Freda Amoateng