Kenya has extreme poverty and lack of basic medical supplies, such as gauze or tape and even medicines. Most people cannot afford a meal let alone get proper medical care and oftentimes patients sell their medicines simply to get food. A lack of quality medical facilities and surgeons, there are only 3 heart surgeons for nearly 40 million people in Kenya, results in a large number of patients needing diagnostics and treatment simply to die. "You are lucky to turn 5 in Kenya", According to the UN
We donate state of the art medical equipment, we train local physicians, nurses and technicians and these trained workers take their new skills and tools into communities where thousands of people are given treatment they otherwise would not receive.
To overcome the lack of healthcare in poor communities 400 HIV infected women will have access to improved services; 2,000 children will have access to medical care and food and clinics will have access to medical equipment, training and supplies.