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Oak Rural Health Organization

Org #43552
Vetted since 2018 Top Ranked Effective Nonprofit
2018
year founded
$9,836
raised on GlobalGiving
2
years fundraising
1
projects funded
* Amounts in US Dollars

Mission

Oak rural health organization is a non governmental, not for profit organization. Registered under the CAMA 1990 as an incorporated trustee by the Corporate Affairs Commission of the Federal republic of Nigeria. OUR MISSION/AIMS AND OBJECTIVES ARE; To increase preventive health publicity and awareness among rural dwellers. To eradicate children malnutrition in the grassroots through supplementary and complementary feed assistance. To partner with rural communities on health promotion and sustenance strategies. To prevent/eradicate mortalities through mobile clinics and health outreaches in rural communities. To partner with government, private and individuals to combat pressing health challe... read more

Project Leaders
Amos Ajisekola
Amos Ajisekola
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

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Sep 3, 2020
BIRTHING KITS DISTRIBUTED!
Financial incapability is a major barrier in accessing a skilled professional services in many nigerian rural settings. Especially when it comes to pregnancy care and delivery. Majority of the women...
Aug 17, 2020
Widow's life saved!
Madam B. O. is a 62 year old widow who lives alone in a rented public yard at Itamerin area; a suburb of Ibadan city in Nigeria. She was washing her clothes on a fateful afternoon when she started...
Jun 2, 2020
Mission accomplished!
Rounds of shouting, jumping and clapping heralded the sight of clean drinkable water as the rig bores through the rock. At this point the rig was already 25meters down and on to 50meters, attaining a...
 
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