Project information

Pharmaceutical supplies to developing countries

Healthcare4Africa for that matter Healthcare Relief is setting up pharmacy shops in developing countries.
Looking for pharmaceutical donors, medicine trials, diabetics suppliers, medical equipment and consumables, drugs etc

November 2018 - December 2023

Charity information: HEALTHCARE RELIEF

HEALTHCARE RELIEF logo
  • Need

    Need

    HIV drugs
    Diabetics awareness day
    BP check ups
    Malaria reductions

    Solution

    seeking funding and generating funds from directors personal resources

  • Aims

    Aim 1

    HIV awareness, Diabetics awareness, BP checks, malaria reductions or eradications


    Activities

    » raising awareness and organising campaigns and looking for volunteer health workers

    What success will look like

    reports, feedbacks, TV adverts, newspapers


  • Impact

    Impact

    people living healthy, mosquitoes nets, availability of free and accessible HIV drugs, diabetics awareness and constant check ups

    Risk

    lack of funding

    seek donations and increase campaigns awareness

    Reporting

    quarterly reports, constant communication through emails and phone calls or webiners

  • Budget

    Budget - Project Cost: £450,000

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      Amount Heading Description
      £200,000 clinic centre building clinic center
      £120,000 pharmacy shop building pharmacy shops
      £80,000 staff cost salaries and incentives
      £50,000 project management monitoring and evaluation
  • Background

    Location

    Ghana
    Kenya
    UK

    Beneficiaries

    Children, men and women

  • Why Us?

    Why Us?

    UK - Head Office

    Read more about the Charity running this project.

    People

    Leonard Torsu LLM MBA FCIPS

    Project Director

    Betty Aba Quayson

    Event Organiser and project controller

    Peter Frimpong Manso

    Country Director

£150

£10 can buy food for a child the whole week and £150 can provide basic medical care for a child

Caring for people and seeing them recover gives me the most pleasure of all

Betty Aba Quayson