Medical and HealthCare
OneHopeChildren Medical Outreach is an annual community health services delivery event, through which free medical assistance is provided for indigent poor and sick people in the rural communities.
Many sick and hopeless persons have received full medical attention through these annual services.
Many receive medication and drugs, diagnoses, other vital checks and many others were even sponsored to receive further health assistance in teaching hospitals including surgery.
Our healthcare agenda is committed to increasing the pipeline of indigent indigenous students that are interested in medical and scientific careers as well as working through local chapters to organize and sponsor local educational and medical programs that directly serve students and the community. In 2010, we began embarking on free medical missions in some communities with a medical team that are nationally acclaimed and globally recognized in their fields of study. Such mission serves our core agendas, to promote interests in medical fields among indigenous students and to provide free medical services committed to improving the health conditions and reducing the mortality in various under-served communities in our area.
With your assistance, OneHope Children will play an important role in these communities through its yearly educational and medical fairs identifying the “intimate interests” of several children while working with them and many local, national and international organizations to create credible meaning in what they do through involvements in programs such as free medical services.
Through our fundraising efforts and generous contributions, we are able to pursue our mission of providing academic and healthcare programs to children in most need. We express our sincere gratitude to our grant donors, as well as individual, Church and community donations to our Annual Appeal. Our fundraising accepts car donations and cash donations.
Objectives and Achievements
- Attending to the healthcare needs of the less privileged in the rural communities by conducting tests, administering drugs and counseling of those with physical and psychological problems.
- Strengthening rural healthcare by building the knowledge and experience of indigenous medical students and fresh graduates through the yearly medical outreach program.
- Over 400 people in four communities in Udi Local Government Area of Enugu State have benefited from the free medical services.
- Many people have received medication and drugs, diagnoses, other vital checks and many others were even sponsored to receive further health assistance in teaching hospitals including surgery.
- Fund shunt surgery for six-year old Silvia, who had hydrocephalus.