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The implementation of the National Health Insurance Scheme (NHIS) in Ghana is geared towards ensuring equal access to healthcare services for all citizens.

The NHIS strives to provide financial risk protection, diminishing the economic barriers preventing individuals from accessing essential medical care.

By lessening the burden of out-of-pocket expenses, the NHIS fosters a more inclusive healthcare system in Ghana.

As the year draws to a close, many less privileged individuals find their NHIS coverage expired, while others are yet to enroll onto the scheme.

During the annual December To Remember conference organized by Prophet Sampson Amoateng, vulnerable individuals had their expired NHIS cards renewed, and new registrations were facilitated.

Beneficiaries hailed from the Greater Accra, Volta, Eastern, and Northern Regions.

This charitable initiative was generously sponsored by Morgan's Miracles and the Sampson Amoateng Foundation, both dedicated to bringing comprehensive health, education, and wellness globally.

The arms of these foundations have extended aid to beneficiaries across Africa, America, North America and South Asia.

Sheryl Hill of Morgan's Miracles explained the motivation behind this act of kindness, stating "we strive to impact lives around the world, especially children. The saying goes your health is your wealth; helping people access health care will translate into healthier families. We love what we are doing but we hope to expand and make greater impact."

When questioned about the potential fatigue and financial strain associated with such acts, Sheryl Hill said "the major challenge as with any non-profit is funding and having the workers; unlike Ghana where we have volunteers to help us, there are place like Pakistan where you can’t go with the number of people you need to help".

Over 150 individuals benefited from this year's initiative. Some beneficiaries, when interviewed by the press, expressed gratitude for the positive impact the program had on their lives.

“Anytime I go to the hospital they ask if I renewed my health insurance. If I haven’t renewed, it means I have to play. I got here not long ago but I have been able to renew it,” Kenneth said.

Another beneficiary said, “three days ago, I head Prophet Sampson on radio talking about the need to free your heart of offences and let go of bitterness towards people. After the preaching he announce the health insurance registration and renewal exercise. I have been to other places and they don’t fulfil promises made on radio; but this place they have. I thank the church and may God bless Prophet Sampson and Morgan’s Miracles.”

Ubaida got registered onto the health insurance scheme during last year’s registration and renewal drive in November, by the two foundations.

“When the prophet announced it, I checked and it had expired. Today, they have renewed it for me. God bless them,” Ubaida prayed.

Morgan Hill, CEO of Morgan's Miracles, reflected on the intended impact and the future plans for Morgan's Miracles, "one of our dreams is to build schools; to go into communities where children need education, that is one of our initiatives. Improve the health of people and building people spiritually," she indicated.

Over the course of this year's 5 days December to Remember conference at the House of Miracle Ministries, 500 packs of cooked food will be shared; a hundred each day. Hundreds will also go home with uncooked rice and bottles of cooking oil. Persons with disability will receive undisclosed amounts of money to help with their upkeep.

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