The need to start a healthcare unit within our priority area of operation was driven by  face to face accountability of water related sickness within a community  that  Frankline Auko -( Executive director restoring hopes ministry ) was encountering during outreach mission of water treatment, Offering education on the importance of drinking clean water within the community is a noble step to go but still the need to offer special treatment on these water related diseases and common diseases within the community became a green light to open way for the community clinic.

Among the common diseases in our community are malaria, worms, hypertension, arthritis, and typhoid,T.B ,HIV/AIDs ,skin diseases e.t.c

We have one Nurse and 5 community workers ,each in control of 10 households, they pay visit and give as report on the health condition of the family members, where there need agent attention the they refer to the clinic to get medication attention.

Through our partnership with AFCAids we have receives medical supplies that have aided our personnel in treating such illness within our community.In our two year partnership we have received  Two – 40″ containers of medical supplies and children supplies  for our community.


offloading a 40″ container with medical and school supplies

We also welcome international medical mission teams to volunteer towards clinic outreach for the community,This  year(2017) we hosted a team that volunteered with us in our clinical outreach, They trained our community health workers, perform medical screening for all our children at the primary school and at our orphanage.

19800658_10158848835815234_8174244404457183002_o(1)Offering screening for a child

19983724_1498869373562100_4476035488031787560_oCommunity Health workers getting trained

19944218_1492970787485292_2876939611589425301_oVolunteers helping at the clinic

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