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As part of efforts to provide hope to the needy and care for the orphans, The Affum-Darkwah Mission  (TADMI) Inc. on Wednesday August 16, 2017, donated hospital disposal items worth over 50,000gh to the Ateiku Health Center in the Wassa East Constituency in the Western Region. Receiving the items was the DCE for the area Hon. Wilson Arthur, who also handed them over to the Health Director of the area to help distribute the many items to the health centers in the various municipalities. The chief and people of Ateiku were grateful for the kind gesture from TADMI and promised to make very good use of the items donated.  God bless TADMI.

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The Affum-Darkwah Mission International (TADMI) Inc, Donated hospital Disposable items worth over 10,000 GHC to the Gomoa Central Consistency. - Receiving the items at the TADMI Head-office was the MP for the area; Hon Naana Eyiah. God bless Ghana and TADMI.

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Mr. Daniel Affum-Darkwah and some team from TADMI Inc. visited the Teshie Orphanage on Friday, October 25, 2013 to talk and listen to their areas of need and wants and to find ways to make life for the children living the home more comfortable. It is the mission of TADMI to serve as a backbone to all the already established orphanages, to support them in any area they may need TADMI to help them. TADMI also ensures that, children are treated with respect and dignity and that they are receiving the care that they need and above all education for better future.

                      
The Chief, Queen and the Elders of Agame, in Ve-Golokwati near Hohoe in the Volta Region of Ghana who was present at the lunching in Tema, has seen the vision of TADMI as something to provide HOPE to the needy in their community to improve the lifestyle of the inhabitant has give one plot of land to TADMI to open an office in their town.

                        
The Chief, Queen and the Elders of Agame, in Ve-Golokwati near Hohoe in the Volta Region of Ghana who was present at the lunching in Tema, has seen the vision of TADMI as something to provide HOPE to the needy in their community to improve the lifestyle of the inhabitant has given a plot of land to TADMI to open an office in their town.

                           

Joe DeCapua, VOA News – Malaria infects hundreds of millions of people every year and causes well over a half million deaths. The World Health Organization and its partners Thursday announced a new goal to license vaccines by 2030 that would sharply reduce malaria cases and eventually eliminate the disease.

                       

(The Christian Journal) The Affum-Darkwah Mission International held a Fundraising and Dinner Dance on Sunday August 11th, 2013. The Event held a restaurant at 14 Academy Street, South Orange, New Jersey. The event was the first fundraising held by the organization in North America.

                   
The Affum-Darkwah Mission International (TADMI) Inc. will officially be inaugurated and raise funds to jump-startits mission on the 19 of October 2013, at 2pm, At H/No. GB 120-D, Next to US Pure Water, Gbetsele, Near Michele Camp, Tema -Ghana. The news media will be present to cover the event. Special VIP’s and high profile officials have been invited. The Chairman and guest speaker will be Rev. Kojo Amo-Asare of I.C.G.C.-Zoe Temple, Tema. The general public is also invited to attend. The Celebration, Ribbon Cutting & Fund Raising ceremony is in conjunction to TADMI’s 1st successful fundraising and Dinner Dance held on August 11th, 2013, in South Orange NJ-USA. Please Come Support a Worthy Cause!!

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