Black Enterprise

In 2006, Nana Eyeson-Akiwowo received an urgent phone call from one of her uncles in Ghana: Her 64-year-old father had suffered a heart attack.

AFK Insider

“When 300 people showed up I was like, ‘Oh, this may be bigger than I thought.’ That’s where the motivation to start something came from.”

Mater Mea

As the first-generation American daughter of Ghanaian immigrants, Nana Eyeson-Akiwowo was raised with a deep sense of responsibility toward her community, a tradition she and her husband want to pass on to their daughter, Omolara.

Madina Clinic Video

African Health Now launches maternity partnership with Madina Polyclinic Kekele in Ghana, West Africa

Hope in a Box

African Health Now founder explains the importance and urgency to address maternal health care