Healthcare

Healthcare

Pie Chart
Courtesy of USAID.gov

MI Foundation is working with its partners on improving access to healthcare in Africa.

There is a high prevalence of hypertension, diabetes, cataracts, malaria, glaucoma, malnutrition, chronic diarrheal illness from parasitic worm infections, anemia and pneumonias in rural communities.

MIF is committed to innovative, research and community outreach in its efforts to reduce morbidity and mortality from these preventive medical conditions.

The MI foundation is targeting specific interventions to target populations in rural areas in Imo State, Nigeria. We are reaching out to our global health partners and donors to assist in providing much needed medical supplies and equipment to bring hope to these resource limited areas. Our health care focus is committed to:

Children @ 5
Courtesy of USAID.gov
  • Easier Access to healthcare
  • Affordable & Subsidized healthcare
  • Community Education on Preventive Health Care
  • Cataract Surgery Services
  • HIV/AIDS Awareness and Treatment
  • Malaria Prevention and Treatment
  • Maternal Health and Newborn Care
  • Routine Vaccinations
  • Screening of Treatment of Anemia
  • Routine Deworming of Children
  • Improved Nutrition with Locally Grown Food Products
  • Pneumonia & Flu
  • Collaboration and Training of Local Health Care Professionals
Source: United Nations Inter-agency Group for Child Mortality Estimation
Source: United Nations Inter-agency Group for Child Mortality Estimation

 

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