The existing healthcare ecosystem needs support. Nigeria needs more hospitals, clinics, community outreach, and diagnostic labs to abate the spread of communicable diseases like COVID-19 and treat non-communicable diseases like diabetes and hypertension.

Why is this important?

High maternal death

Nigeria's maternal mortality rate is one of the highest in the world.

high child mortality

1 in 5 children die before they reach the age of 5

low life expectancy

The average life expectancy in Nigeria is just 49 years old.

Our Work

Okpoama Cottage Hospital

Okpoama, Brass Island

We renovated the Okpoama Cottage Hospital in Brass Island. The hospital is now air conditioned, with consistent electricity, state of-the-art equipment and staffed. We also cover all costs associated with maintaining the facility and providing quality care to community residents

New Isalema Health Center

Okpoama, Brass Island

We built  the Isalema Health Centre in Okpoama Brass Island to improve the quality of health care services in the area. In addition to equipping the Isalema, we staffed the centre and will continue to maintain the facility.

Okpoama Water Filteration System

Okpoama, Brass Island

We donated a new water filtration system and upgraded the generator from 50KVA to 100KVA to improve water supply in Okpoama, Brass Island. We’ve also drilled 60 boreholes in communities across Lagos.

What we Plan TO Do

Vision 2021

health Clinics

Over the next 5 years we will launch 5 state of the art health clinics in rural areas and high-density communities that will digitize all healthcare records, offer much-needed high-quality generic drugs, and implement medical intelligence and surveillance systems to track disease contagion

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