The Fort Foundation focuses on improving the lives of Ghanaians by solving the healthcare problems facing the country.
The essence of philanthropy lights up my world! I once came upon a phrase that forms the
the Fort Foundation; the French phrase 'Noblesse oblige' literally means 'Nobility
The phrase denotes the concept that nobility extends beyond mere entitlements and requires the person who holds such a status to fulfill social responsibilities. This means, whoever claims to be noble must conduct himself nobly.
The essence of quality healthcare is to restore wellness to patients and improve their overall lives; it is for this reason Fort seeks to renovate and refurbish hospitals across the country, with particular emphasis on children's' wards in an aesthetically rejuvenating manner, to bring more joy to patients and staff.
fortunate with healthcare needs
Healthcare still remains a challenge for many underprivileged Ghanaian's, due to lack of funds as little as $1 lives are being lost on a daily basis. The Fort Fund seeks to form a pool of stand-by funds which serve as an emergency fund for under-privileged persons to receive timely healthcare aid for a quality healthcare experience.
corporations and individuals
care picture in Ghana
The Fort Foundation seeks to pursue its agenda of reforming Ghana’s healthcare sector by forming key partnerships with leading corporations and individuals who have made significant contributions to the humanitarian sector and are driving leading business innovations within their respective sectors. These partnerships form the basis upon which the Foundation’s projects and initiatives are developed.
Develop the largest
emergency healthcare fund
The Fort Fund is developed with the aim of serving as the largest most resourced and timely emergency healthcare fund across Africa. The Fund will gather resources of various donors across the continent into a pool of stand-by funds to be accessed by Fort Fund Managers and made available to selected Hospitals to cater for the Healthcare needs of less fortunate patients.
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