ARMM also put up a corn mill for the people of Abura Anamoah to address a long-standing concern of the community and neighboring villages of having to travel long distances to get access to a machine to mill their corn. The mill has since served the people till date.
ARMM and Cornerstone also collaborated to set up two medical outreaches for the people of Ekupoano and Aakraah through which lots of medical treatments were administered and many lives touched.
Two water cisterns were provided to two communities in the Central Region. One in Daadaa Nkwado and another village named Tuafo. These cisterns have provided the people with clean drinking water ever since.
In 1991, the ship arrived on the shores of Tema, which also happened to be her first time in Africa. With the support of the Ghana government and Ministry of Health, the ship conducted major surgeries, medical procedures and treatments, dentals and many more. Through this endeavor, approximately 151 cataract and cleft lip surgeries were performed. They also treated 2,798 patients with a variety of health conditions, 1,063 dental cases and implanted 20 prostatic parts including 11 eyes, 6 ears, 1 nose and a silicon jaw for surgical implant.
African Relief Mercy Ministries in conjunction with Mercy Ships also distributed 630,000 pounds of medical items with support of the Ministry of Health and food items to the Liberian refugee camp at that time. In addition, a 100 square meter stretch day care nursery school for 60 children was built at Gbetsile.
In November 1994, the ship returned to Ghana to continue with the medical outreach and aid provision with the help of the African Relief Mercy Ministries. Major activities carried out include: 256 eye surgeries (cataract), 253 maxillofacial surgeries (palate, cleft lip), facial reconstruction, cancer and other severe facial operations.
This partnership also saw the birth of dental clinics at Cape Coast in the Central Region and Tema New Town, in Greater Accra. A total of 3,449 dental appointments were recorded with 3,121 patients treated. Treatments included 4,321 extractions and 1,691 filings.
A 12-room surgical maternity facility including a preparation room, a theater, a recovery room, examination room and a washroom was constructed at the Tema General Hospital. This was done in partnership with Mercy Ship and Ministry of Health.