In March, the International Health & Development Network is incorporated as a 501( c)3 non-profit organization in Springfield, IL. In April, Dr. Agamah and his wife, June, and their three young children, along with a nurse from Chicago, the late Ms. Vivienne Dawkins,  make the first mission trip to Agbozume, Ghana.


IHDN hires the first Physician, Dr. Randy Sephanu to work in a temporary Clinic within the home of the Late Mr. Ben and Irene Agamah. We sponsor courses for high school students to be trained to the level of CNA Nursing.


We start the first Medical lab Technician training and use the kitchen of the Agamah family home as the Lab.


We create the Computer Science Training and expanded it to a Computer training center for the local residents of Agbozume.


We mobilize the community to clean up their environment, fill the potholes in the main roads, and pool their resources to construct an access road to the main office of the IHDN Mission Headquarters in Agbozume.


The team works to construct the first paved road for the community in Agbozume-Klikor.


IHDN continues its community outreach to five villages and conducted screening for high blood pressure, anemia and diabetes. The Clinic attendance increased exponentially to over 5,000 patients per year!

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