To ensure availability and sustainable management of Water, Sanitation and Hygiene facilities and services in our operational areas. The Foundation has constructed and rehabilitated mechanized boreholes in over 100 communities across the Kwahu East district to help solve the water problem in the area. Among the beneficiary communities include Orobong, Nteso, Atta Ne Atta, Beboa, Ankoma, Attarekan, Akwasiho, Twewaa, Oframase and Abisu Dwerebease, Bokuruwa, Abetifi, Pepease, Nkwatia and many more. Construction of Household & Community Toilet Facilities, Water Tanker Services to supply free water to several communities, schools and health facilities to enable them carry out their activities successfully.
To enable the less privileged in society have easy access to quality health care services and enable them seek timely medical attention at various health facilities, Bryan Acheampong Foundation registered people onto the National Health Insurance Scheme.
The Foundation supports over 5,000 indigenes and residents in the Kwahu East district every year in collaboration with the NHIS office at Mpraeso – Kwahu South with an amount of Fifty Thousand Ghana Cedis (Ghc 50,000.00) to cover their premiums.
Beneficiaries of the intervention are mainly children under 5, older people above 60 years, persons living with HIV and community mobilizers. The beneficiaries cut across all the 146 communities within the Kwahu East District. Apart from the yearly NHIS subscription for the people in the communities, the Foundation supports community health nurses through midwifery assistantship training programme as well as mental health promotion. Also, there have been rehabilitation of CHPS compounds, supply of essential medical equipment and logistics, screening and training of food vendors, school health education and specialized screening services as BAF’s contribution towards the achievement of SDG 3.
To promote and improve well-being of women and children. The project aims to improve health seeking behavior among pregnant women, nursing mothers and children to reduce maternal and child morbidity and mortality rate.
We initiated Maternal & Child Health, Midwifery Assistantship and Adolescent Reproductive Health (In-School and Out-School) in the communities.