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Oak Rural Health Organization

Org #43552
Vetted since 2018 Top Ranked Effective Nonprofit
2018
year founded
$14,348
raised on GlobalGiving
5
years fundraising
3
projects funded
* Amounts in US Dollars

Mission

To provide access to healthcare services and clean water in the grassroots, mitigate potential risks to healthy living in rural communities, and engage in programs that consider the community members themselves as stakeholders in proffering solutions to their health needs so as to create a sustainable impact.

Project Leaders
Amos Ajisekola
Amos Ajisekola
Adedamola Adu
Adedamola Adu
Organization Information
Oak rural health organization, 2 alaase igbooloyin Ojoo Ibadan.
Ibadan, Oyo +234
Nigeria
07081238367
Organization Information
Oak rural health organization, 2 alaase igbooloyin Ojoo Ibadan.
Ibadan, Oyo +234
Nigeria
07081238367

Project Reports

Each of GlobalGiving’s nonprofit partners is required to send quarterly donor reports detailing the impact of their work. Here are some of their recent updates:

Rural communities got free health intervention.

By Amos Ajisekola | Project leader

Access to professional healthcare services remains a challenge in Itamerin and over 10 adjoining villages in the suburb of the ancient city of Ibadan in Nigeria. The organization pitched at CAC Gilgal... Read the full report ›

Pregnant mothers got free ANC services.

By Amos Ajisekola | Project leader

"I am encouraged, I have no regrets for participating." That was the testimony of one of the beneficiaries at our most recent antenatal camp in Iseyin community, where no fewer than 40 pregnant women... Read the full report ›

Dangerous health complications averted.

By Amos Ajisekola | Project leader

The first program of the year was a stitch in time for the people of this community in Ibadan. Part of this program is to diagnose and promptly respond to cases of hypertension which could otherwise... Read the full report ›
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