Our Projects

HIV prevention education in Secondary schools: 
Youth are trained to offer information on prevention of HIV/AIDS, STIs, behaviour change to their peers with the premise that most young people feel comfortable receiving info from people of the same age group than from adults. The training is empowering for those involved, inspires them to be role models and makes them credible sources of information to their peers.

K’arale PortaKlinic Project:
The primary purpose of the PortaKlinic is to assist in delivering basic healthcare to millions of people living in slum-urban areas that are not accessing available healthcare. Each PortaKlinic has the potential to provide diagnosis, treatment and care for upwards of 10,000 people. Our project goal is to establish a PortaKlinic/Health post in every slum community in Nigeria starting with Lagos.
Traditional Birth Attendants Training Project
A project to inculcate universal safe practice in the service provided by traditional birth attendants, promote PMTCT and early recognition of obstetric complications for referrals.

Helping Eyes [coming soon]
Some of our achievements in communities we have worked in include
Over 2000 people now willingly accessing orthodox medical care
327 women are now registered for ANC through our efforts
185 women who are receiving PMTCT
1256 people who have received VCT
213 SS1 students have received HIV prevention training