The Shekhinah Clinic was established to give free medical treatment to the poorest
citizens of Tamale. In Ghana, there is no public health service. A doctor’s appointment will cost at least 10 euros, making medical care unaffordable for most people. That is why, even today, many people die of
curable diseases. Since the establishment of the Shekhinah Clinic in 1989, thousands of Ghanaian people have been helped to better health.