As an annual three-day free health outreach programme designed to benefit women, men and children in selected deprived areas.Rotary Club of Accra work with Rotaractors to embark on this free health screening exercise.
By assisting them with the registration with the medical board, more doctors can be brought into Ghana to assist the various medical facilities that they work in and identifying needy projects in the rural areas where they work.
The orphanage will give the children a home, care and schooling until they are of age to look after themselves.
The ICT Centre will give the girls released from the servitude of Trokosi another option in their training to be integrated into society.
The goal of this project is to assist the blood bank in getting vitally needed blood for patients, while helping foster a culture of regular blood donations among young adults.
Given the number of conflicts in the country and the sub region, the club seeks to sensitize the public on the need to have ways of conflict resolution and the importance of peace.
The club invited a prominent urologist, Professor Roger Kirby, is being invited to give a public lecture and seminar on urology to medical students and the Ghana College of Physicians and Surgeons.