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Motec Life-UK is based at the West Hertfordshire NHS Trust and is currently run by a Trustee committee of six members led by Mr Ofori-Atta, an Orthopaedic Surgeon at the Trust. Our organisation is guided by a constitution and is registered with the UK Charity Commission. Most of the members are volunteers from various hospitals in mainland Britain. Other volunteers are resident in U.S.A., Canada, Holland and Germany. We have co-ordinators in our target hospitals in Ghana. The co-ordinators at Akosombo are Dr Rebecca Acquaah-Arhin (Medical Director) and Dr Emmanuel Agbemey, orthopaedic Surgeon. The link people at Koforidua St Joseph's Orthopaedic Hospital are Dr Abdul Raman (Orthopaedic Surgeon), Dr and Ebenezer Akrofi Mante (Medical Director). Dr S. K. Amuzu (Medical Director) of Nkawkaw Holy Family Hospital and Mr K. Amoateng (Hospital Administrator) /Dr Sarfo-Asante (Medical Superintendant) St Michael’s Hospital, Pramso, and Colonel S.K. Awuku, the head of department of orthopaedics are key co-ordinators. Others are Dr Richard Wodah-Seme at Jirapa St Joseph’s Hospital. Motec also collaborates with some educational and training institutions through various professionals like Prof Yao Tettey, acting dean of the Ghana Medical School, Mr Clegg Lamptey head of department of surgery, Korle-Bu Teaching Hospital.

MOTEC LIFE stands for Movement of experts within One world, Training local health workforce, Transfer of Technology and skills necessary for a better healthcare service, providing Education as Efficiently as possible, Counting on responsible Charitable health care delivery activities by members on a foundation of impeccable accountability. The goal is to protect and promote good Health / LIFE through a Leadership that is prepared to learn and share ideas, membership that is Industrious, Faithful and Economical.


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Motec working group, Hemel Hempstead Hospital December 2007
Motec Working group, Hemel Hempstead December 2007
Dr S K Amuzu of Nkawkaw Holy Family Hospital
Dr S. K Amuzu
of Nkawkaw Holy Family Hospital
Post lecture group at VRA Hospital Akosombo
Post lecture group at VRA Hospital Akosombo
Mr Amoatng of Pramso
Mr Amoateng of Pramso
Koforidua local theatre staff
Koforidua local theatre staff
Post lecture photo at Koforidua St. Joseph's Hospital
Post lecture photo at Koforidua St. Joseph's Hospital
Motec at the Ghan Medical School
Motec at the Ghana Medical School
Working at the Military Hospital on all patients in a peaceful country
Working at the Military Hospital on all patients in a peaceful country

We seek advice from ‘a respectable consortium’ of experienced and accomplished patrons including Professor Lord David Alton of Liverpool and the House of Lords, Daasebere Professor Oti Boateng, the Paramount Chief of Koforidua New Juaben State of Ghana, Mr Peter Dyson – spinal orthopaedic surgeon in West Hertfordshire. We enjoy legal guidance from Dr Kofi Amu-Darko (LLM) of Canada and Mrs Estelle Appiah Attorney, Accra, Ghana.


A summary of Motec's objectives. (These are clearly set out in the constitution)


Motec pays two main working visits to Ghana each year, in June and October. Some visits may be purely educational and sometimes with direct health care delivery services. The programme of activities includes lectures, workshops and symposia in our target hospitals with the participation of medical, nursing and para-medical personnel within our target hospitals in Ghana. We also attract and encourage neighbouring hospital involvement in our working programmes in Ghana. The task is daunting but the motivation strong, firm and positive.



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