We Empower Underprivileged Children, Families, and Communities Break the Cycle of Diseases.


We are an independent NGO that seeks to unite both Africans and Non-Africans in the Diaspora in partnership with those in Africa, seeking to solve pressing concerns by identifying the educational, environmental, social and spiritual factors that influence Africa’s current health status.


Fostering an Educated, Healthy, Hopeful Village/community



The best way to give hope to people is to direct them to Christ. We do this through the promotion of whole person care, evangelistic mission trips, Clinical Chaplaincy Education Training, media ministry training programs, mission team spiritual competence, and training of the laity and clergy.


Basic health care that many of us take for granted can be hard for others to access, especially in Africa. To ensure that underprivileged in society have access to the quality healthcare, we organize medical missions, provide pharmaceutical supplies, and medical equipment. We also promote mental health education.


A community is more than a family, we provide life improvement projects for local inhabitants, address their temporal needs, donate educational materials to deprived schools. We offer mentorship programs for African students here in the United States and Africa. We give clothing, footwear, toothpaste, toothbrush, hand sanitizers, etc.


The focus of United Service To Africa (USTA) is to harness all resources to prevent and manage diseases. We hope to achieve this through the promotion of healthy lifestyle and training of healthcare professionals in Africa to deliver quality and holistic patient care to their communities. USTA cannot do it alone unless we all join hands together to break this cycle of diseases by fostering a well informed, educated, healthy and hopeful communities in Africa.  



Clear Whole Person Model

Whole person care is more about connecting with patients beyond their medical predicaments. USTA wants to lead in equipping both healthcare and non-healthcare professionals with the needed skills to deliver whole-person services to patients all over Africa.  


Dialysis Fund at Hart Hospital, Kumasi, Ghana

Chronic kidney disease management in Africa is a premium that few patients can afford. USTA wants to be part of the solution through this Dialysis fund.


Health Fair in Lipke Bala, Volta Region

USTA supported a health fare in a small village in the Volta Region of Ghana. Mrs Tina Darko a native of Lipke Bala was the brain behind the planning of the health fair.

Ghana Missions 2019 – August 5 – 9th, 2019

United Service To Africa is excited to partner with Dr. Nitil Shah of Anekant Community Center to undertake its first medical missions in Ghana, come August 5 – 9th, 2019. This will take place in three locations in Ghana, namely: Techiman-Brong Ahafo, Asamang-Ashanti, and Kumasi. We are going to have surgical (hernia, hemorrhoids and cataracts etc), medical (Diabetes and Hypertension management), Dental and Eye care (eyeglasses distribution). We hope to help establish dental clinics at Techiman and Kumasi after the missions respectively.

We need Anesthesiologists, General Surgeons, Internists, Family Medicine Physicians, Dentists, Ophthalmologist, Optometrists, Nurses, Pharmacist, and other volunteers to join us for this medical mission.  We also need medical supplies and equipment such as dental chairs etc.

Meet Our Team

Our officers are thoughtful leaders who have made a significant contribution to our society. Each and every one of them brings a unique set of skills and expertise to USTA, Incorporated.

Kwame Boateng Agyeman, MD,MBA

Kwame Boateng Agyeman, MD,MBA


Kofi Antobam, MBA, CPA

Kofi Antobam, MBA, CPA


Benjamin Opoku Bediako, PT, DPT

Benjamin Opoku Bediako, PT, DPT