Medical Care

Basic healthcare in Africa is very limited and in some remote areas, almost non-existent. Most people suffer from diseases such as Malaria, TB, Cholera, Typhoid, intestinal parasites, diarrhea and AIDS.

A staggering 85% of these

diseases are caused or spread by UNCLEAN WATER.

Many of these illnesses can be improved or eliminated with clean water programs, basic medical care and preventative health education. Our goal is to greatly reduce the incidence of preventable diseases

in impoverished countries

around the world.

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Our medical teams provide medical care, medications, medical supplies, clothes, shoes, reading glasses, and supply clean water stations for remote villages in Africa. We teach communities about nutrition and preventative health care measures to improve their quality of life. We treat hundreds of people each day, many who have never seen a doctor in their entire life and will walk 3-4 days, just to be

seen in our clinics. We provide local hospitals and clinics with needed equipment, medical supplies and training as they work to continue the programs that we have helped them create.