Infant patient receives immunization certificate
Imani House, Inc. is writing to update you on our progress since our last report and to thank you for all the support over the years towards our Liberian Family Health Care and Education initiaitves.
Our health related programs cater mainly to Liberian women and infants, who are a highly underserved population. Affortable health care facilities are few and far between in Liberia and not accesible to many. Imani House, has aimed to bridge that gap since the early 90's and perserved through war, the Ebola outbreak, lack of support and resources and other struggles; but we have found ways to rise above it all providing these neccesary services with the same dedication we started out with no matter the difficulties.
Your past and forthcomming support is an important part of the reason we have perserved and we approciate YOU!
So far for 2019 we have served 1500 mothers and children in our Child and Maternal Healthcare facility and have provided them with immunizations, prophalaxis measures, wound care and other fist aid, referals to larger/better equiped facilities for serious medical issues, pre & post natal care and more.
Our Women's Health Education Manual , which has been mentioned in the past is still being put to good use and for 2019 we have worked with 5 teen peer educators ( who we train) and 150 other students at two Monrovia highschools providing workshops on proper waste disposal and sanitation, infectious disease provention, reproductive health and other health related topics. The Health Manual project still continues to do out reach in communities as well, providing information to adults
Please continue working with us to provide these valuable services, or join us if you have not yet.
Clinic patient waiting room.
Infant clinic visit
Nursing staff prepares room for patient visit