This author Dr. Brainerd Anani has created 9 entries.

27 Feb

GRAFT Foundation to Change Lives in the Volta Region

GRAFT Foundation since its inception in 2009 through its Hope Projects, has changed the lives of over 1,000 people through reconstructive plastic surgery in all ten (10) regions of Ghana. GRAFT Foundation in 2019 will provide free surgeries for 100 needy people living in the Volta Region from 1st June to 8th June, 2019 at the Volta Regional Hospital, Trafalga-Ho. Anomalies to be corrected include but not limited to congenital birth defects including cleft lip &...

20 Apr

NIB Donates To GRAFT Foundation

The National Investment Bank (NIB) has presented GH¢15,000.00 to the GRAFT Foundation. This is to support the free reconstructive surgeries that the Foundation offers to children born with birth deformities such as cleft lip and palate, post-burn contractures, extra fingers and toes, tumours and swellings, among others. These defects affect the ability of the affected children to start schooling early and lows the self-esteem of the underprivileged children. NIB, for the past years, has donated all proceeds from its annual thanksgiving service to...

20 Apr

GRAFT Foundation honours PETROSOL

Petroleum Solutions Limited (PETROSOL), an indigenous oil marketing company (OMC), has been honoured by GRAFT Foundation for the company’s continuous support for its operations. The project’s director of GRAFT Foundation, a medical non-governmental organisation (NGO ) engaged in reconstructive plastic surgery in deprived communities, Dr Brainerd Anani, said PETROSOL’s support had contributed to bringing smiles and hope to the lives of the needy and poor people living in rural Ghana. “Your donation has gone a long way to help 31 people of which majority were...

20 Apr

Ghana’s mission in Cote d’Ivoire supports trauma fund

Ghana’s Mission in Cote d’Ivoire has contributed US$5,000 to the Ghana Reconstruction of Anomaly and Trauma Fund (GRAFT) Foundation to help extend its services to more needy patients. The foundation is a non-profit-making organisation which provides free reconstructive plastic surgery for people in Ghana and other West African countries. The money was realised from contributions by Ghanaians living in Cote d’Ivoire, through a fund-raising initiative facilitated by Ghana’s Mission in Cote d’Ivoire. Presentation Presenting the money to the GRAFT Foundation in Accra, Ghana’s former...

20 Apr

National Lottery Authority gives to GRAFT Foundation

The National Lottery Authority (NLA), has presented a cheque for GH¢15,000 to the GRAFT Foundation. This is for the treatment of Dennis Yeboah, an eighteen-month-old toddler who has suffered deep superficial burns on the face, neck and upper trunk. The burns occurred when a lit candle came into contact with a mosquito net under which Dennis was sleeping and caught fire causing severe burns to him. Corporate Communications Manager of NLA, Kesewaah Dolphyne said the Authority was deeply moved by the plight of...

20 Apr

Free surgeries – GRAFT Foundation assists needy patients

The Graft Foundation in collaboration with the Ghana Health Service (GHS) is offering free reconstructive surgery for needy people from August 24 to September 2, 2017. During the exercise, the medical anomalies that would be corrected include; Cleft lip and palate, post-burn contractures, extra fingers and toes, used fingers and toes, tumours and swellings, hyposadia and Genital Filariasis. According to Dr Brainerd Anane, Projects...

20 Apr

GRAFT Foundation To Provide Free Cleft Lip And Palate Surgeries To Dozens In Gt. Accra

The GRAFT foundation in collaboration with the Ghana Health Service (GHS) is expected to provide free cleft lip and palate surgeries to needy people especially children in the Greater Accra region. The project dubbed, Accra Hope Project is expected to take place at the Dodowa District H0spital from April 1st to May 7th. This is the first of such project by the not-for-profit group in the capital after running...

20 Apr

Royal Bank Supports GRAFT Foundation

WHOLLY-GHANAIAN-owned universal bank, The Royal Bank (TRB), has extended financial support to the tune of GH¢15,000 to the Ghana Reconstruction of Anomaly and Trauma Fund (Graft) Foundation for its surgical operations. The gesture forms part of the bank’s Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) and is under the ambit of TRB Foundation established by the founder of the bank. The brain behind the Graft Foundation and Head of the Plastic Surgery and Burns unit of the 37 Military Hospital, Dr Kwame Abrokwaa-Yankyera, who was...

25 May

Grafts Students Club

Realizing that you have the ability to change someone’s life for the better is the first step in joining teh GRAFT Foundation student Program. Within each os us is a given strenght and compassion that will never reach its fullest capacity until we commit to making that setp. Junior High school, senior high school and tertiary institutions’ students will form GRAFT Foundation Student Clubs across Ghana and the West Africa sub region. These Student Clubs will contribute funds for the surgical costs of...