Apostle Padi Ologo Traditional Birth Centre

Welcome Message
An African child dies every three seconds from AIDS and extreme poverty, six million African children die from mulnutrition before their fifth birthday, in Sub-Sahara Africa, 1 in every 6 children dies before age five.

Vision:
To create a society where women who are vulnerable and marginalized have access to reproductive Health and development so as to empower them economically, socially, Politically, culturally to fight the injustice against the development of womanhood Our vision is a culture of sustainability - knowledgeable communities who value and implement best practices in the pursuit of safer and healthier maternal delivery.

Mission:
APOTBC's mission is to Reduce Infant Mortality Through Improved Maternity Health In Africa.

APOTBC's programs are holistic and participatory, combining research, education and community organization to develop grass roots strategies promoting rural livelihood and healthcare. Our approach has, over the years, proved effective because it addresses the fundamental needs of the people.


What We Do
Together with you, we help build a better world. Our major fields of operation include
  • Health (including construction of facilities and improvement of services, HIV/AIDS Programes, Family Planning, etc)
  • Education (including construction of facilities)
  • Water and Sanitation
  • Income generating activities
  • Child Sponsorship Programmes
  • Human Right Programmes
Success Stories
In August, 2009 APOTBC offered antenatal and other delivery services including counseling on Family Planning to over 300 needy inhabitants of the Sra community in suhum Kraboa Coaltar District in the Eastern Region, Ghana.

In partnership with AusAID and INA (Australia), APOTBC has constructed a Health Centre in the Sra community for antennal, Family Planning, HIV/AIDS prevention, Malaria Control and other health cases that might crop up in the community.

APOTBC has also purchased a motorbike and ambulance to take care of referral and emergency cases that may arise, as well as hospital equipment such as beds, scales resuscitators, drip stands and other office equipment for both the clinic and nurses quarters in the Sra health centre.

Distribution of birthing kits in the Suhum Kraboa Coaltar District in April and December, 2010.
   Reports
Audit Report 2016

Annual Report 2016

Audit Report 2015

Annual Report 2015


Recent Events
  • Nutrition for Pregnant women and children under 5 years

  • Distribution of birthing kits at Suhum

  • Construction of Health Centre at Sra
  • Community reproductive health Education



  • Ugent Needs
  • Electrification and construction of roads in the Sra Community of the Suhum Kraboa Coaltar District








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