West Africa AIDS Foundation

Battling the spread of HIV/AIDS, TB and other medical conditions through grassroots initiatives and care & support centers throughout local communities.

Preventative Medicine

Prevention is the key to health and wellbeing and as such WAAF focuses on preventative medicine.

Capacity building

Understanding and speaking up to your issues for redress is key for positive change and asuch WAAF builds capacity.

Clinical Services

Access to services across the entire health care spectrum is key, so WAAF also provides onsite clinical services.

Project management

Exactly as Basil S Walsh said: ‘If you don’t know where you are going, How can you expect to get there?’.

Differentiated service delivery

WAAF brings the services to the people, increasing accessibility.

Research & Advocacy

WAAF believes in efficiency and effectiveness. Research also helps to strengthen our advocacy efforts.

Latest News

High dependency on external funding affecting Ghana’s public health sector

A lecture given by Dr Naa at Webster University.   The Medical Director of the International Health Care Centre, Dr. Naa Ashiley Vanderpuye-Donton has stated that high dependency on external funding as well as non-adherence to counterpart funding contributions...


Public health management can be challenging. There are many causes of illness and disease and increasingly, social, cultural, economic and political factors are being examined. Researchers and practitioners now pay more attention to non-medical causes and effects of...

WAAF Project Updates

STAR-Ghana funded ‘Not in our Name’ Project: Tackling Corruption in the Ghanaian Healthcare Sector In the period September – November 2018, the WASOHO consortium held engagement meetings across the 14 project implementation districts. Key stakeholders were engaged...

Featured Outreach – World AIDS Day 2018

WAAF observes 30th anniversary of WORLD AIDS DAY      


The first World AIDS Day was celebrated on 1st December, 1988. This goes to tell you how long the world has been fighting this epidemic and WAAF and IHCC have been in the front line for 20 years now. However, a lot still needs to be done and we appreciate the commitment of many as we hopefully start the last 12 years to ending AIDS. WAAF and IHCC were at various places during the 2018 world AIDS Day. First, some of our staff were  at the Madina Market in the Greater Accra Region of Ghana  with support from the MTN foundation to contribute to the first 90. Then some of us were in Ho in the Volta region of Ghana  to join the Ghana National World AIDS Day celebration. WAAF also  partnered Hope for Future Generations, Non State Actors Ghana with support from PEPFAR to conduct Education, HIV testing, TB screening, Breast Examination as well as Cervical Cancer screening. WAAFs branch offices in the western, Northern and Brong-Ahafo regions were also out celebrating and contributing towards the first 90 in the regions by providing HIV Testing and counseling services.