What we do

Providing access to the TB medicine (DOTS) including protein supplement for patients on DOTS.
We advocate for and on behalf TB patients through the radio, television, open door meetings in communities, through workshops symposia, through the conduct of world TB Day- March 23rd every year.

ORTHOPAEDIC SERVICES
That is our P&O Director supplying fresh crutches to a polio person.
Assembling wheelchairs at the door step of our beneficiaries at Mogbenka village around Yoni-Bana
Facilitating spine and other surgeries with funds from the Africa Surgery Inc.
Providing lodging and feeding for some patients res-cued from remote towns and villages while they undergo TB treatment.

SPINE SURGERY

EDUCATION SUPPORT
In 2013, 54 disable kids were provided education materials and school fees. In 2014 before the Ebola outbreak a total of 83 kids were supported unfortu-nately the Ebola has disrupted their learning process.40 pieces of portable radio sets was distributed amongst our spon-sored school kids for listening to lessons aired on the radios.

SUPPORT TO COMMUNITY-DRIVEN SELF HELP PROJECTS

RELIEF SUPPLY DURING EMERGENCIES.
With funds from our main partner we were able to sensitize our people on the measures to control and avoid Ebola in communities and also provided food and hygiene supplies to the disabled persons and Ebola survivors and orphans. The supply took three phases and cost millions of Leones.

ADVOCACY/ SENSITIZATION
We advocate for and on behalf TB patients through the radio, television, open door meetings in communi-ties, through workshops symposia, through the conduct of world TB Day- March 23rd every year.

MEDICAL AID TO DESTITUTE PATIENTS IN COMMUNITIES.

CHALLENGES
a) Administrative cost
b) Fuel, oil/lubricants and maintenance of our outreach vehicles donated by Africa Surgery
c) Lack of funds to recruit and pay our volunteers sala-ries
d) Suspicion by traffic wardens and garage workers that we have money has resulted into constant embarrassments and pilfering of our vehicle parts.

FUTURE PLANS
To establish and operate a multipurpose vocational skills training Centre for mainstreaming the less privileged in communities. The said VTC shall be called ALGAE VTC ( i.e. All-age Learners for Grassroots Awareness and Empowerment)
-> To deliver assistive devices at the especially in remote areas of the country.
-> To establish a cost recovery levy charged physiothera-py within the component of our Orthopaedic work-shop at approve school.
-> To set up an edifying Bible Ministry that will appeal to needs of the downtrodden and persons afflicted with despondency and hopelessness.