Sponsorship for surgeries for critical illness and diseases such as cancer are essential services that we provide regularly. Some of the people we serve may not survive without the generosity of our donors, sponsors, and supporters like you who sponsor one hundred percent of the cost of medication and necessary surgeries.
LIFE SAVING AMPUTATION SUCCESSFULLY COMPLETED
Alfred had a small sore on his toes as a result of poor circulation in 2014. His sores got infected. The infection could have easily spread through his blood and he could have easily died. With his condition worsening, his family almost gave up on him, waiting for him to die. But African Neighborhoods and Medical Missions, Inc., (USA) with its subsidiary Good Samaritan Medical and Rehabilitation Missions, Ghana came to his rescue.
Alfred had successful amputation of his infected right leg. He is thankful to African Neighborhoods and Medical Missions, Inc. (USA) and Good Samaritan Medical and Rehabilitation Missions, Ghana.
Thanks to donors like you and African Neighborhoods and Medical Missions, Inc. (USA) and Good Samaritan Medical and Rehabilitation Missions, Ghana. Alfred has received a wheelchair and a new prosthetic leg. He is forever grateful he can stand and walk again. More importantly, he can enjoy life and his family and be able to hold his grandchildren in his arms once again.
BREAST CANCER CURED
FELICIA lost all hope with aggressive breastbreast canceras April 2014 when Felicia found a small lump, the size of a peanut in her breast. Within three-months, in July 2014 unfortunately her breast lump had grown to the size of a large orange. With no financial resources to have the much needed operation, Felicia a mother of two had lost all hope waiting to die. Fortunately, African Neighborhoods and Medical Missions, Inc. (USA) and its subsidiary Good Samaritan Medical and Rehabilitation Missions came to her aid and sponsored her to have the operation for her aggressive cancer. The sponsorship came in time, amazingly there was a surgical team on a mission trip from the United States who had visited Ghana. Felicia was the last patient they operated on and they returned back to the U.S. What a blessing Felicia received.
After: With the will to survive and to be there for her two children, after successful breast cancer surgery and cancer free Felicia with a happy smile.
LARGE NECK TUMOR SUCCESSFULLY REMOVED
Ms. Bawa was having difficulty breathing, eating and swallowing. She needed about $600 for the much needed operation. Unfortunately, she had less than half of the money she needed and it would take her several years to get the remaining amount before she can undergo the life-saving operation. Bawa was not sure she will live to see the next birthday of her youngest child. That was when African Neighborhoods and Medical Missions (ANMM), Inc., USA and its subsidiary in Ghana, Good Samaritan Medical and Rehabilitation Missions (GSMRM) sponsored her in 2015 to under the operation to save her life so that her children do not become orphans.
Bawa had successful operation and she is alive and well. She is grateful to African Neighborhoods and Medical Missions (ANMM), Inc., USA and its subsidiary in Ghana, Good Samaritan Medical and Rehabilitation Missions (GSMRM) for saving her life.