MWB has a rich history of helping communities in Ghana to get access to healthcare services.
1. Provide health screenings to detect and treat non-communicable diseases (NCD) such as hypertension, diabetes, hearing losses and visual defects.
2. Train home carers.
3. Train EMT personnel.
4. Engage community and civic leaders in preventing domestic violence and spousal abuses.
5. Train patients financial literacy.
6. Provide spiritual and mental health counseling.
7. Provide continuous medical education and seminars to healthcare providers in Ghana
June 2013: Opened the MWB Wellness Center.
August 2012: EMT volunteers from USA trained some EMT and first responders in Ashanti Region.
February - April 2010: Volunteer from Australia supported MWB programs and also worked at the Physiotherapy Clinic at Komfo Anokye Teaching Hospital.
2008 to 2011: Provided advanced EMS/EMT training to the Ghana National Ambulance Service.
2008 to date: Providing preventive medicine and public health education programs to rural communities in Ghana.
July 2008: A volunteer from Canada traveled to Ghana to support our missions on the ground.