ISMIS stands for I SUPPORT the MARGINALIZED IN SOCIETY. An NGO which focuses on helping/supporting the Marginalized i.e. Deprived Communities, Poor/Needy, Disabled, Children, Women, and Aged.
Operating as usual
Our lovely Lucy shows members of the Traditional Council around our screening setup.
Good leaders always support good deeds.
We have the coolest volunteers around.🤩
Your donations make it possible for us to purchase the medications needed to help the marginalised in our society.
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Does your doctor listen to you like ours do?
When Doctors volunteer 😍😍
Scenes from our Health Screening for the aged at Old Ningo today.
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Free medical screening at old Ningo
4th Edition of the FREE health screening currently happening at Afyienya central mosque
Physical/Sports activities or participation positively affects the mental health and wellbeing of people. It improves one's mood and concentration. It keeps one's key mental skills sharp as they AGE. They have sharp thinking, learning and very good judgement. Sports participation also helps to reduce stress and depression, maintain healthy weight, boost self-confidence and impact leadership traits by adapting a team mindset. These attributes we believe should be an embodiment of our "catchment" and most especially girls who would be involved with the BRAVE GIRLS SUMMER CAMP Project BRAVE .it is in this light that we and Tracy Sarkcess had a very successful meeting with Mr. Kwasi Tabury CEO of Decathlon Ghana Decathlon Ghana to discuss ways we can use his outfit/institution to impact the lives of the marginalised in our society and young girls. Mr. Kwasi Tabury might come out to be an unconventional or not your regular CEO but has great passion for social work/enterprise and doing lots of good to the ghanaian community
Friday, 11th March, 2022..ISMIS straight talk with basic schools landed at Aggrey Road "2" School where final year upils received Career guidance and Lifestyle behaviors talks. Resource persons also encouraged them and help to build on their confidence and self esteem. This initiative is targeted on building the capacity and create a strong believe among pupils in "deprived" schools. Thank you Mrs. Eva Haizel, a counselor and retired director from the Ministry of Education and Mr. Ebo Dadzie, a senior Volunteer and IT specialist for interacting with our young lads 🙏🙏
Do you believe that people can attain old age and still enjoy healthy living and lifestyle devoid of body infirmity? As well as young girls can have the correct and appropriate personal hygiene??
Why not join us and Brave Project BRAVE in collaboration with the Honorable Member for Ningo-Prampram Hon. Samuel Nartey George Hon. Samuel Nartey George as we impact positively on the Health of the good people of Ningo-Prampram. Side attraction: Distribution of Learning materials (books & pencils) and shoes to pupils.
Thank you Jubail Speciist Hospital Jubail Specialist Hospital , Shiloh Medical Center Shiloh Medical Center and Pick A Shoe to help put smiles on these faces 🙏
Happy Women’s Day to all the women who do not let gender biases stop them from pursuing their dreams.
Senyuiedzorm Adadevoh - Sports Photographer
Charlotte Bayn - one of the first women to be trained to drive a bus in Ghana
An all Female Mechanic Workshop In Sokoto, Nigeria.
Do you have kindness?
Thank you Mr. Henry Boye, Head of Youth Banking Ecobank Ecobank Ghana PLC for believing in our mission and receiving us Tracy Sarkcess at your office today. We have a strong conviction that together we can bring financial literacy and liberty to young females and therefore in to "DO GREAT THINGS". Today's meeting was surely productive and we look forward for more to come.
Happy New Month!
Sometimes you just need to listen and not say a word.
When was the last time you sat with an old person and just listened?
ISMIS "Straight Talk with Basic Schools" program kicked start yesterday at Community 7 No. 1 JHS. The program is geared towards building the capacity, confidence, self-esteem and guiding young pupils in "deprived situations" to make inform and best life choices and careers. The program is also designed to bring various Mentors and Role Models to the sight of these young pupils. It was exciting to engage about 250 pupils yesterday on issues concerning their growth, career and success. Thank you to our renowned counselor Mr. James Annan and Volunteer Leader Mr. Ebo Dadzie for honouring our invitation 🙏🙏🙏
Kindness is a universal language.
Do you speak it?
On Friday, 18th February, 2022 ,ISMIS and it's partner BRAVE met the Executive Director of Ghana YMCA Mr. Kwabena Nketia to discuss issues affecting young girls in marginalised communities. Key among the discussion was areas of collaboration with GHANA YMCA on how to train and enroll girls in Film-making, Videography, Photography, Documentary, Writing and Acting. Tracy Sarkcess the Executive Lead for Brave expressed appreciation for collaboration among these organisations to bring relief to young girls in marginalised communities
Here are a few things you can do today to show kindness.
You can also donate/volunteer on ismisghana.org
Don't let love die on Val's Day, lets keep it growing.
Who will you show love to today?
Yesterday, Our President together with the Founder of Project BRAVE met the Director for Social Welfare Dr. Comfort Asare to discuss issues concerning children, families and girls in deprived environment and possible areas of collaboration. Thank you @tracysarkcess for your continuous support and commitment in to bring positive difference to the marginalised in our society especially girls. We are honoured to be a partner 🙏
Happy Valentine's Day
To the people who never stop showing love , lets keep healing the world with our love.
Merry Christmas !
Thank you for making the year 2021 a successful year for us. Your support in diverse ways ensure that we were able to achieve our mission of providing a healthy, safe, progressive living and working environment for the marginalised in our society. God richly bless you all and we looking for more collaboration and support to do greater things next year 2022. Enjoy the very best of this festivity. MERRY CHRISTMAS and A PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR !!!
Thanks be to God for giving unto us such an awesome, passionate, professionals, dedicated and committed team members who are constantly bent on putting smiles, laughter, happiness and joy on the faces of the "marginalised"(less privileged).This is a video of our last free medical health screening for the Aged in the year 2021. This took place at Gomoa Osamkrom and in the video is Hon. Naana Eyiah (MP for Gomoa Central & Deputy Minister for Interior) and DCE for Gomoa Central Hon. Otoo. As we are in the season of celebrating the birth of Jesus Christ. We at ISMIS also want to celebrate these wonderful Team Members whose actions and inactions is saving the marginalised in our society and bringing lots of Hope and Opportunity to them. God bless you and a blissful Merry Christmas to you all
Here we go, Gomoa Osamkrom!
Let's get our health checked.
ISMIS & Jubail Hospital in collaboration with Nananom of Gomoa Osamkrom : Free Medical Screening
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