Hope Care Foundation

About us

Hope Care Foundation (HCF) is a non-governmental organization founded in 2003 as a private sector response to the rapidly growing HIV/AIDS/TB, Malaria epidemic and other health diseases in sub-Saharan Africa. The organization has recently embarked on climate change activities such as environmental conservation and protecting water bodies in Ghana. Hope Care Foundation is registered in Ghana as Non profit, non sectarian, non political NGO with the Registrar General Department under the Company’s Code 1963 (Act 179) on 24th March 2005 with registration No. G – 15, 139.  The organization is also registered with the Social Welfare Department and has acquired the certificate of recognition as Non-Governmental Organization with certificate number DS.W / 3143. Hope Care Foundation is governed by a five member Board of Directors. The board assists in fund raising, formulate policies, approve of organization’s annual budgets and monitor’s the implementation of projects. The Executive Director oversees the daily running of the organization and ensures that projects are implemented successfully by strict adherence to the project description and financial procedures and is the administrative head of the organization. The Executive Director reports directly to the Board of Directors. The finance department of organization is headed by the Accountant, and he oversees all accounting functions and project budget and expenditures. There is a Programs Manager who oversees all programs planning and implementations and adhered to the terms and conditions of our donors. The Monitoring and Evaluation Officer assists in the activity implementation and monitors the impact on the targeted audience; he works hand-in-hand with the Programs Manager.


 The Accountant, M&E Officer and the Programs Manager report directly to the Executive Director.  All the field offices are headed by Project Coordinators who report directly to Programs Manager. Project Coordinator oversees the activities of the field staff and community volunteers. All our project officers have local advisory boards made up of traditional leaders, community opinion leaders, project beneficiaries, project coordinators and key stakeholders. The local advisory board exists to take decisions that will contribute to the sustainability of community to managed projects. They actively participate in the development, monitoring and evaluation of all projects.


Our mission is to improve the sexual reproductive health of people living in Ghana and across Africa. We do this by providing accessible HIV/AIDS/STI, TB/HIV services and Care for Orphans/PLHIVs; Hope Care Foundation is client centred and strives to constantly update its knowledge and skills in order to provide the best services at all times. It is the belief of Hope Care Foundation that these services will enable people to make informed decisions concerning their health.


Our vision is to be one of the leading NGOs in the area of provision of comprehensive quality CT, TB/HIV/STI, hepatitis education and care for orphans/PLHIVs in Ghana. We envision change the sexual behavior of Ghanaians, inform them make an informed decision.


The organization was formed by Mr. BENJAMIN KOFITSE DZIVENU TSIKATA. The idea was conceived as he was a student in University of Galve Sweden; he is the founder and Executive Director of Hope Care Foundation. He has been the Executive Director of the organization for the pass five years.


Hope care foundation intend and strategically enhanced to achieve these objectives:

  • To provide mobile CT services to high risk communities across Ghana and Africa.
  • To provide HIV/AIDS/STIs education to reduce the burden of the disease in Ghana.
  • To engage and advocate for better treatment for TB/HIV patients in Ghana.
  • To promote and advocate for the implementation of IPT across the country.
  • To assist PLHIVs and orphans in deprive communities to live a dignified life in society. 
  • To undertake and promote youth friendly programs
  • To undertake transparent  budget tracking and good governance process