Healthcare is a fundamental human right.

Access to quality healthcare does not have to be reserved for the fortunate few. Our aim is to bring quality healthcare to those who do not have access, especially those who are in remote and destitute areas. It is our moral obligation to do so!

Of those with inadequate access to healthcare, women and children are the most vulnerable.

According to the World Health Organisation (WHO), “303 000 women die due to complications of pregnancy and childbirth [and] 5.9 million children die before their fifth birthday”.

It is our duty to make sure that those who are vulnerable have “length of days and years of a life [worth living],” (Proverbs 3:2), to fully realise the potential that has been gifted to them by God.

We primarily plan to do this by building hospitals and specialised health centres. Existing hospitals in need of assistance will also be helped.