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First Intervention Ghana, Cape Coast, Ghana

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Address: Sanaa Lodge Hotel Rd, North Ola
Cape Coast, P.O.Box ct 360.  
Ghana
Number of Volunteers Serving Nationally: 198
Number of People Being Served: 284
EIN: G-27,676
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Mission Statement


To be a key component of our rural healthcare system and to provide quality rapid response emergency medical care (basic life support ambulance) and transportation services in our area, youth and community development for sustainable human development.

Description


First Intervention Ghana (FIG) is a volunteer based, non-profit, non-governmental organization (NGO) registered in Ghana and working to assist in the improvement of the lot of the vulnerable and deprived in society through volunteer programs and projects, include: emergency ambulance services, education, healthcare/medical assistance in hospitals, and clinics, remote area medical mission and community initiated projects such as painting of schools, hospitals, building washrooms, libraries, playgrounds and other integrated rural development projects.

First Intervention Ghana (FIG) is a volunteer based, non-profit, non-governmental organization (NGO) registered in Ghana and working to assist in the improvement of the lot of the vulnerable and deprived in society through volunteer programs and projects, include: emergency ambulance services, education, healthcare/medical assistance in hospitals, and clinics, remote area medical mission and community initiated projects such as painting of schools, hospitals, building washrooms, libraries, playgrounds and other integrated rural development projects.

Mission Statement: To be a key component of our rural healthcare system and to provide quality rapid response emergency medical care (basic life support ambulance) and transportation services in our area, youth and community development for sustainable human development.

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