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Health Aid AUCC

Health Aid AUCC

Health AID-AUCC History

Health AID-AUCC was etablished in 2015 by Geoffrey Opoku-Darko (former Senior Medical Records/Public Health Communicator) in collaboration with Abena Sarfowaa (former Psychological/Psychiatry Nurse) both students of AUCC. Its Interim Governing Council was formed in May 2015

The AUCC-Health AID is a club which an advocacy platform good healthy lifestyle with guidance provided from health professionals and socio-health development.

  • Bring together all students who will like to engage in Clinical and Health Communications as a profession in the near future
  • To provide students with learning opportunities from health professionals in the various fields of health through training, forums, seminars, health clinic, health lectures and field and educational trips


    To create awareness,sensitize and encourage students and faculty to practise healthy lifestyles by encouraging regular keep -fit exercises on campus as well as disseminate information on Health in AUCC, the country and around the world.


    To encourage healthy lifestyle to curb diseases by education and advocacy on diseases and health related issues through partnership with Health Organizations, Health-Based NGOs and all stakeholders who share our goal and are ready to give the needed support for Health AID- AUCC. Our Slogan Stand Up For Your Health

    • Open to all students
    • Only enrolled AUCC students members qualify as leaders
    • Faculty, Staff and Non-Student members may participate in activities but cannot serve as leaders
    • Members in good standing will get a membership card
    • Annual dues or other financial commitments will be collected to support the Club
    • New members shall provide brief bio information such as name, e-mail, phone number and class/work schedule

    Requirement for maintaining members

    In In order to remain in good standing, members must;
    Attend meetings regularly; Pay dues or other financial commitments on time;Be diligent in their responsibilities such as attendance of events, attendance of public health lectures, health clinics, educational trips and so on.

    • Rosemond Aryeetey - Patron
    • Dr. Kingsley Kpakpo Addo - Adviser
    • Barbara Gyamfi - Facilitator
    • Geoffrey Opoku-Darko - Director of Health
    • Abena Safowaa - Deputy Director of Health
    • Joana Mansa Otoo - Health Ambassador
    • Tom Tsagli - Public Health Secretary
    • Abigail Frimpong - - Dep. Health Secretary
    • Gifty Yevugah - Health Coordinator
    • Regan Owusu - Public Health Officer
    • Gloria Amoah - Treasure

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