Provide Various Forms of Medical Aid

Many pharmaceutical drugs that can treat malaria, worms, diarrhea, HIV/AIDs, or jiggers are not available locally in Africa. They have to be imported in. Low-income countries experience poor availability of essential medicines in health facilities, substandard-quality treatments, frequent stock-outs, and suboptimal prescription use of medicines.

Here are some of the statistics. In 2018, the WHO African region was home to 93% of malaria cases and 94% of malaria deaths. Diarrhea kills 2,195 children every day—more than AIDS, malaria, and measles combined; that is 32 school busses full of children that die from a preventable disease.

 

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of malaria deaths happen in Africa.

is the staggering number of children that die daily from diarrhea.

is the number of school busses of children that diarrhea kills.

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Our Partners

We are pleased to partner with the following organizations to bring tangible hope to children in the villages we serve throughout the African continent and other locations.