Hospital of Hope (HoH)
About Medical Missions in Togo
Located in northern Togo, Africa, Hospital of Hope was founded in March of 2015. The 66-hospital bed, major medical, surgical, and acute care facility treats 2,500 inpatients and performs 1,000 surgeries, annually. The busy outpatient unit cares for 100 – 150 patients per day. The mission hospital has male, female, maternity, pediatrics, neo-natal, ICU, and infectious wards, as well as a surgery room, recovery room, and laboratory with an X-ray. The hospital staff is composed of volunteer medical missionaries and local physicians and nurses. Multi-lingual chaplains engage daily with patients and families.
How God Uses HoH to Serve Africa
God is using HoH to reach the unreached in this region with the gospel. Now known as “the hospital that prays,” all of its patients are exposed to the good news through the care that they receive. Bible study groups have sprung up in numerous, local villages, and many locals are accepting Christ as their Savior. Serving at HoH is a tangible way to demonstrate God’s sacrificial love to a hurting world, helping heal the physically wounded and the spiritually lost. If you’re searching for a way to serve in medical missions, prayerfully consider joining our team on the field in Togo, Africa.
Ways to Support Hospital of Hope
The life-changing work being done in Togo is dependent upon our partners in the United States. Hospital of Hope needs prayer partners and financial partners to continue fulfilling the Great Commission and sharing the gospel with the unreached. Prayerfully consider joining the hospital on this mission to further the gospel.