The Assemblies of God Relief and Development Service (AG Care) was established in 1983 as the development agency of the Assemblies of God Church in Ghana.
A small group of eleven people with big ambitions set out to relieve the material- and social needs of the poor by mobilising resources from external and internal partners to respond to development issues. Since its establishment, AG Care has effectively contributed to life transformations in the areas of education, health services, emergency relief and livelihoods.
In 1991, the organisation had grown to 42 staff members working on projects in health, education and refugee management spread across three districts in Ghana. As our focus areas in Northern Ghana kept growing, we celebrated the opening of our Northern Field Office in Tamale in 2002.
Today, our organisation consists of 295 employees working on projects in twelve district areas across the country.
Project officers, vocational trainers and teachers from the Lifeline and Early Childhood Development projects in Agbogbloshie, Accra.
Medical personnel at the Assemblies of God Hospital in Saboba, Northern Ghana.