Contact Information

Phone: +233245803929

Email: ghana@hopewalks.org


Clubfoot Population Enrolled




Enrolled Since the Program Began


Annual Clubfoot Births

Country Staff

Nana Afua Adutwumwaa Adjetey

Program Manager Ghana

They may not always express it verbally, but Nana sees the gratitude of the families she helps serve through the smiles on their faces. She finds this extremely satisfying and brings her the greatest joy while working for Hope Walks as program manager for the Ghana program. Prior to joining Hope Walks, she worked at the Judicial Service of Ghana, Reforms and Project Department. She holds many degrees and certificates that help her perform her duties with Hope Walks, including a bachelor’s degree in Operations and Project Management from the Ghana Institute of Management and Public Administration (GIMPA), a Certificate in NGO Project Management from the Cambridge Center of Excellence and a Certificate in Occupational Safety, Health and Environment Management from GIMPA. In her spare time, she loves spending time traveling and admiring the beauty of nature with her husband and daughter who never fails to amaze them with her imagination.

Clinic List

  • 37 Military Hospital, Osei Kwame Despite Blk – Greater Accra
  • Komfo Anokye Teaching Hospital
  • SDA Hospital, Gbawe – Accra
  • Tamale Teaching Hospital – Tamale
  • SDA Hospital, Kwadaso – Kumasi
  • St. John of God Hospital – Duayaw-Nkwanta
About the Country

The first black nation in Africa to gain its independence from European control, Ghana has a rich history. After years of corruption and a series of coups leading to a new constitution written in 1992, Ghana has transitioned to a democratic government and has a strong educational system. Today, there is relatively low internal conflict, and gold deposits and cocoa production has aided Ghana economically. 

Sixty percent of Ghanaians consider themselves Christian. There is a growing number of Muslims in Ghana due to strong influence from the northern parts of the country. 

Prayer Needs

Economic difficulties make transportation difficult, we pray that the families needing treatment would not be hindered by this. As Hope Walks expands the number of clinics in this country, we ask for prayers for successful partnerships.

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