Health Care Program
Our partners include:
people received medical care, counseling and health education from the Faith Healing Development Organization, Christian Health Association of Sierra Leone and the Panguma Catholic Mission Hospital in Sierra Leone.
people received medical benefits from the Haramaya University Health Care Program through five hospitals and nine clinics in Ethiopia which was made possible by the donation of three 40-foot containers filled with medicines and medical supplies shipped to Haramaya.
residents were provided with free or low-cost healthcare through the Kebeneti SDA Dispensary in Kericho, Kenya with laboratory equipment and medical supplies which are critical to the operation of the clinic.
Douala, Cameroon, may be the largest city in the country and its commercial and economic capital, but about 30 percent of the population lives in poverty which is a growing problem due to its steadily increasing population. Unlike Cameroonians living in rural regions...read more
Corn, or maize as it’s known in Kenya, is a staple food for the residents of the East African country. The maize is grounded into flour to make ugali (imagine grits cooked to the consistency of Playdough). The ugali is eaten with sukuma wiki (collard greens braised...read more
At the Lewa Children’s Home in Kenya, roughly 50 children are provided with everything they need – food, shelter, healthcare, an education and more. They even have electricity, unlike many children in the country, but it comes at a high cost. To help defray that major...read more