About Us


is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit charity. Our vision is to foster sustainable healthcare

and educational centers in impoverished communities, primarily in regions of Ghana

where access to basic facilities is absent.




Afua Addo-Abedi, PharmD

 Dr. Afua Addo-Abedi is a volunteer officer and is a practicing clinical pharmacist. She is interested in implementing disease state management services, providing educational support to clinics and managing educational programs.



Ohita Asein, PharmD

 Dr. Asein is a volunteer officer and is a practicing clinical pharmacist. She is interested in running disease state management services, educational outreach for clinics as well as healthcare workers and co-chairing fundraising activities for the organization.

Logistics Officer

Jude Danso

 Jude Danso is an IT Consultant and currently self-employed. He attended the University of Cape Coast and graduated with BSc. Computer Science. He also holds a few other professional certificates from Comptia and these include IT Project Management and ITIL. Jude is involved in Caleb’s Corner because it offers him the opportunity to reach out to the under-served communities in Ghana-through health and education outreach.  As the logistics Officer for Caleb`s Corner, Jude  hopes  to connect the charity to as many under-served areas across the nation. 

VP, Project Co-ordinator

Veronica Adigbo

 Veronica Adigbo is a legal practitioner, currently working as a State Attorney at the Attorney-General’s Chambers in Accra. She is a product of Wesley Girls’ High School, Cape Coast, Faculty of Law, University of Ghana and Ghana School of Law. She holds a Master of Laws degree (LL.M) from the International Maritime Law Institute (IMLI), Malta. Veronica is interested in Community Development and she believes in supporting the less-privileged in society by improving the quality of their lives. As the Vice President for International Co-ordination and Regulatory Affairs for Caleb’s Corner Charities, Veronica hopes to achieve a lot in the area of providing health needs of rural Ghana by reaching out to deprived communities.

Treasurer/Fund Raising Chair

Paul Norris

 Dr. Paul Norris is a pharmacist who works in a hospital setting. He has lived and trained in New York, Boston, and DC, gaining valuable experience as a small part of the exceptional care available to many across the developed world. Paul is proud of his contribution to the lives of his patients,and he feels passionately that access to essential education and health services should be universal. Through his volunteer opportunities as the Treasurer and Fund Raising Chair for Caleb's Corner Charities, Paul hopes to contribute to this goal responsibly and diligently.

Social Events Coordinator

Noella Adelaide

 Noella is a driven passionate wife and mother whose love for life will allow her to create unforgettable experiences for Caleb's Corner. 

Her expertise as an event planner and social butterfly will be a key factor in bringing attention to the mission works and projects undertaken by Caleb's Corner Charities.

Noella has been aware of   Dr. Adukuma's desire to start a non-profit since their friendship began over 10 years ago. She is excited to bring her ideas as Social Events Coordinator (and social media Director).

Strategic and Implementation Officer

Helena Afriyie-Siaw 

Helena Afriyie-Siaw currently works as a Data Manager for National HIV/STI/AIDS Control Program of the Ghana Health Services at Suntreso Government Hospital.  She completed her  M. Phil in Health Informatics from Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology.  Degree in Bachelor of Education Sciences( Chemistry and Biology) from the University of Cape Coast, Executive certificate in Strategic Communication, Monitoring and Evaluation and Professional Certificate in Healthcare Project Management from Logos Graduate School.

Her primary interest lies in HIV/AIDS related and other health issues. As a Strategic and implementation officer for Caleb's corner Helena hopes to help the charity develop and extend services to people living with HIV and children orphaned as result of HIV/AIDS.