Sharecare Ghana is a non-profit organization set-up in 2007 in Ghana for persons with disabilities as well as their families and care-givers; with special focus on persons (including children) with autoimmune and neurological conditions.
Members have a wide spectrum of conditions such as Multiple Sclerosis, Rheumatoid Arthritis, Diabetes Mellitus – Type I and Cerebral Palsy.
Sharecare Ghana was founded by Nana Yaa Agyeman, who has neuromyelitis optica (NMO), an autoimmune condition similar to Multiple Sclerosis. Her condition was only diagnosed seven years after the onset of symptoms and she decided to provide a forum for exchange of ideas and support for persons with similar conditions
Sharecare Ghana is registered with the Registrar-General’s Department and Department of Social Welfare.
To create awareness of, advocate for and support persons with autoimmune and neurological conditions, and promote research into these conditions.
Sharecare Ghana’s vision is of a society that factors in every person’s condition of health and/or disability and guarantees their human rights and dignity. Sharecare perceives its members from a viewpoint of total inclusion, under the laws of Ghana.
We are a non-profit, promoting the interests of persons with autoimmune and neurological conditions
It's nice to see that our mothers have been trained to make liquid soap. With the skills they have acquired, they are better able to take care of themselves and their families.
Officials of Ghana's Electoral Commission educating members of Sharecare Ghana on the voting process.