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There exists a serious Health epidemic in Nigeria and in many developing countries in Africa.

 

Poverty & healthcare have an inverse relationship and the combined socio-economic phenomena are very crucial determinants of the wellbeing and survival of citizens.

 

Majority of the Nigerian citizenry remains unable to afford the cost of basic health care services due to extreme poverty and this has also fueled a habit of avoiding periodic medical check ups  thus leading to increasing rate of avoidable deaths as many people only seek medical assistance when critically ill.

Sadly , the healthcare system in Nigeria and many parts of Africa is not fully equipped to deal with present and future challenges.

 

We believe that a key solution, given the poverty and healthcare interaction that exists, is easy accessibility  to FREE medical care and essential drugs

Source of banner statistics: World Poverty Clock report (2018), CBN Report (2005), WHO report 2015