Health Care Services
We focus on the Nigerian health care sector and that of West African which has suffered several down-falls. Despite Nigerian’s strategic position in Africa, the country is greatly under-served in the health care sphere. Health facilities (health centres, personnel, and medical equipment) are inadequate in this country, especially in rural areas. Health Care is one of the major priorities of the Home, our aim is to make sure that the less privileged have access to qualitative healthcare for the sick across Africa. We strive to ensure that those in need are getting regular health check-ups, supplying hospitals with equipment and supplying vaccines for polio and malaria treatment.
“We are committed to improving the health of vulnerable people in the West African region. With your generous support, we are able to actively improve the quality of life for people who are suffering – sometimes, a simple procedure or cause of treatment has the ability to provide benefits for many years into the future.”
At the Home we supply malaria treatment kits to IDP camps, hospitals and school clinics. Our office is also opened for people who are ill to come and obtain funds to treat their illness. We welcome donations and support from everyone to combat and eradicate malaria from West Africa.
Kidney Dialysis Treatment
At the Home we pay for people who are not able to afford the kidney dialysis treatment.
At the home we support the west African countries that are been affected by the Ebola crisis by sending relief materials to them.
Tackling Drug Abuse
We organize sensitisation programs every 3 months to make the youth understand the effect of abusing drugs meant for medical purpose. We also help rehabilitation centres across Nigeria by providing them with the necessary materials they need.
Provision of Ambulances
At the Home, we provide ambulances to hospitals that need them and also to hospitals in remote villages for them to be able to transport ill people, people in need of emergency medical assistance from the village to a major hospital in the close by city.