A health center in a rural area is the first point of contact for mothers whose children are struggling with an illness or infection, or for adults who need medical advice. Such a place must have access to medical equipment and qualified staff. For many people, a visit to the hospital is out of reach. It is usually a good few kilometers away from where they live, so many people choose this option as a last resort. A health center has existed on the path to Duaga for several years, but unfortunately equipment and staff shortages have made it inadequate. At the very epicenter of the COVID-19 pandemic, with the tremendous support of Rotary Accra-South, we were able to renovate and reconstruct the facility to meet sanitation requirements and address the needs of over a thousand local residents. We were involved in equipping this health center with the necessary medical equipment. In addition, we created a maternity ward and an emergency ward in case patients could not be immediately transported to the Hospital.