Welcome to Adjah Cancer Support Ghana

In a given year over 24000 people may be diagnosed with cancer in Ghana, over 15000 people will die from cancer. Due to the cost implications of treatment, persons diagnosed with the disease spent more time to pay for the cost of treatment, and that had increased the number of patients who returned to the hospital with advanced cases of the disease, making treatment very difficult.

Some cancer patients travel from the Northern Region, Afram Plains in the Eastern Region, and other faraway places to access medical care at the Komfo Anokye and Korle Bu Teaching hospitals which adds more cost to the burden of treatment.


Volunteer in Ghana and discover the “Africa for beginners” with its beautiful beaches, colonial cities, and natural treasures. Dive right in to learn more about the people and the Ghanan culture in a different way. Join an education volunteer project or a healthcare project. Whatever your skills are, you will surely find the perfect opportunity to use them while volunteering in Ghana!

Do you love working with children and have plenty of experience to offer? Perfect! Many volunteer projects in Ghana are understaffed. Volunteer and travel to Accra where they need the help of professionals and volunteers to care for underprivileged children.

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Volunteer Work in Ghana

Are you concerned about Cancer?

The World Health Organization says that one-third of cancers can be prevented. Another third can be effectively cured with early detection. Here are four major ways to lower the risk of developing some cancers.

- John Smith

Eat plenty of vegetables, fruits and whole grains. Limit foods high in fat, sugar and salt. Avoid processed meat and limit consumption of red meat.


Aim to get at least 30 minutes of moderate physical activity every day. Being physically active contributes to a healthy lifestyle which can reduce your risk of developing some types of cancer.


One in three of all cancers is related to smoking. Cut out the cigarettes and reduce the risk of cancer. Also endeavour to avoid second-hand smoke; it increases the risk of lung cancer and heart disease in non-smokers.


Some types of cancers can be found before they start. For example, colorectal and cervical cancer can be caught at their earliest and most treatable stages.

Our Partners & Sponsors

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We put your smile at our priority


We raise funds to support the cancer care needs of the people of Ghana

To bring hope and comfort to all affected by cancer empowering them with resources through the cancer journey.



How can we help you?

When your life is touched by cancer and the challenges it brings, you shouldn’t feel alone. Our free services and professional cares are here to help you manage the physical, emotional, psychological and social challenges brought about by a cancer diagnosis. Feel free to call us that is why we are here.

Call our hotline for help on 0257918456


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