Our orphanage building team broke ground on September 11, 2016 for construction of our orphanage project.
On June 2015, our foundation purchased plots of land in Ayikumah-Ghana for the building of our City Of Hope orphanage.
On February 18, 2018 our sight care team organized free eye clinic at Chorkor-Accra, Ghana for 200 people and our medical team on April 28, 2018 provided free medical care for 350 residents of Nungua-Accra, Ghana
The Ishi Odamtten Foundation Medical and Eye Care team provided free medical and sight care for about 1000 residents of James Town in Accra-Ghana on August 20,2017.
About 400 people of the Dabala community, in the Volta region of Ghana were given from free health services by The Ishi Odamtten Foundation medical team on March 25, 2017.
Our optometrists team also organized a free community eye clinic on January 22, 2017 at La-Accra, Ghana. We provided about 800 patients free eye drops, ointments and reading glasses.
The Ishi Odamtten Foundation medical team organized a free medical clinic on October 1, 2016 for about 600 residents of Amanokrom, a town in the Eastern Region of Ghana and June 11, 2016 for the children and residents of Osu, a suburb of Greater Accra Region of Ghana and surrounding towns.
On Sunday 5TH July 2015, the Ishi Odamtten Foundation organized a team of medical personals to provide free health screening and treatment for the people of La, Teshie, and Nugua.
Currently, we are providing tuition and school supplies for five hundred orphans, needy children and youth from kindergarten through university level.
Back to School Bash 2018
On September 15, 2018;our education and teams donated school supplies to 50 underprivileged children at Amonokrom in the Eastern Region of Ghana.
Back to School Bash I 2017
The Ishi Odamtten Foundation Education and Welfare teams donated school supplies and clothes to 150 underprivileged children and orphans at Teshie, Accra-Ghana on August 5, 2017
Back to School Bash 2016
Our education team provided free school supplies to fifty orphans and street children at Accra-Ghana on August 13, 2016
The Ishi Odamtten Foundation has enrolled ten youth into technical and vocational institutions
Free Health Care Program
A twice-yearly medical care unit is established to give physicals, treat for minor injuries, and screen for various diseases, such as malaria, hepatitis and cholera. Also, participants are educated on the importance of exercise and disease prevention. The initial medical care unit screened 400 patients.
students and youth not suited to the academic world will find support via the youth empowerment program, which seeks to place students in technical and vocational programs, thereby lowering the unemployment rate in such underprivileged communities.
Each year, 10school-aged, poverty-stricken children are selected to receive academic scholarships. The money is used for tuition, uniforms, textbooks and other school supplies. The goal is to support children to complete secondary education, and then assist those students in seeking scholarships to universities worldwide.
The City of Hope Orphanage, located in the Ghana suburb of Ayikuma, will provide housing, food, clothing, education and healthcare for 50 children. It is designed to give children a safe place where they can envision a hopeful future.
Our food bank program is designed to ease the food problems faced by the elderly and children in communities we provide free medical screening and disease treatments. Most of children that come for the treatments are taken care off by single parents who do not have stable jobs. We implemented the food bank program after coming to the realization that most of the elderly and children in the poor communities do not have food making the medications given to treat their disease almost ineffective. We aim to provide them with non-perishable food items including canned milk, canned vegetables, canned fish and meat, rice, maize, oats, sugar and oil.