Water is life, as such, everyone has a right to water, sanitation, safe and clean community because clean water plus good hygiene practices are essential for the survival and development of people especially now more than ever with the emergence of new social protocols which dictates that keeping good hygiene and hands washing is of paramount importance to curb the spread of Covid-19. In that light, the foundation has drilled 71 boreholes in government public schools in Nigeria. Below is a table showing the distribution of the foundation across different geographical locations:
No of Boreholes
The foundation does free cataract surgeries to the less privileged people in the rural and suburban communities, the surgery is done in the Nizamiye hospital in Abuja. So far over 110 cataract surgeries have been successfully done.
Near foundation organizes free health care screening programs where we diagnose and treat patients together with our volunteer doctors (mostly graduate from the Tulip colleges) and drugs donated to us from Nizamiye hospital here in Nigeria.
To complement the healthcare delivery ecosystem in Nigeria, the foundation raise money to procure medical supplies such as drugs and surgical equipment to be donated to public schools and rural community’s clinics and dispensaries.
The foundation performs surgeries to patients who needs it urgently in a situation of life or death and where the patience is not able to afford the said surgeries.