The Nigerian Healthcare Foundation, Inc. was established to highlight the urgency of healthcare issues in Nigeria and to focus on bringing necessary healthcare relief to the most populous country in Africa. NHF’s mission remains to support and conduct medical services; combat the spread of disease and unnecessary death; and, to prevent community deterioration by improving healthcare conditions within the Nigerian population in Africa. Without the proper facilities, many people will remain at-risk of suffering and dying from completely treatable and curable sickness and disease.
To support and conduct medical services; combat the spread of disease and unnecessary death; and, to prevent community deterioration by improving healthcare conditions
Once health centers have been built, NHF will be maintaining the facilities in order to provide the highest possible service to its patient population. As we work toward the goal of erecting these permanent facilities, NHF will continue running frequent medical missions with our temporary clinic stations.
With your support and the support of other caring, concerned stakeholders in our efforts, NHF will be able to receive the financial and medical assistance necessary to keep the missions in operation while working towards building and maintaining health centers that allow them to be run affordably considering the severe financial constraints of those we intend to serve.
In the United Nations Economic & Social Council’s session of July 2008, the Nigerian Healthcare Foundation was granted Roster Consultative duty. To view the document, please click here.
Also, click the link below to view the list of non-governmental organizations in consultative status with the Economic and Social Council as of September 18, 2008 – published by the United Nations.
List of Non-Governmental Organizations