https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mAICEDY1a_g&feature=youtu.be Africa Needs U and a team of African Diaspora Doctors is happy to announce the completion of Phase I of a project that successfully raised more than our original goal of $10,000 and provided 6 healthcare facilities on the African continent with 2,000 personal protective equipment (PPE) each. The attached video is not just a
A Missions Tool – Veritas ~ the Truth!
A paradigm shift in ways to spur and reinvigorate the global community to new developmental initiatives especially focusing on Rural Africa…
The africa ask databank is designed to encourage and attract attention to provision of basic infastructures across rural Africa and within urban health and educational institutions :
1. RAISE AWARENESS –
To raise the awareness of the people in more developed countries to the specific needs of Africa and less developed countries.
2. PROVIDE –
To actively seek funding and encourage others to sow or partner with us in meeting the developmental needs in rural areas primarily focusing for now on provision:
- Education – A single block of six rooms
- Healthcare & Medical Services – A single block
- Water Resource Development – borehole or well
- Agricultural Development & Food Supply – small scale family owned micro-finance farm
- Youth Development & Empowerment
3. ENLIGHTEN –
To provide a database of established on-site organizations or groups that can be partners in fulfilling the areas of need and making a difference in the lives of others.
Women Orphan Support Organization (WOSO) seeks to construct a bore well to provide clean drinking water for orphans and widows and residents of the Gyenda village, Malongo parish, Lewengo District, Uganda
Provide 1 block of 6 classrooms with teachers residence in Aguibri, Tamoussoukro
This project is to build a Diabetic health center of care where healthcare, services and supplies (Insulin & syringe Instruments and consumables for the measurement of Glycated Hemoglobin Glucometers and relative test strips for self-home testing) will be made provided to those affected by diabetes in this rural area.