Since 2016, Cisse Niass Project has been building a clinic and a pharmacy in Kaolack, Senegal to save thousands of families and children every year from malaria and other life-threatening diseases. Our goal is to offer free healthcare to families below the poverty line in Senegal by 2018. But after months of work, we've run out of funding to keep up with the clinic construction.
Kaolack is one of the poorest communities in Senegal with over 90% of its population living below the poverty level. The population does not have the means or resources to cure malaria or other life-threatening diseases within the community. Cisse Niass Project is building a clinic in Kaolack, Senegal to offer free healthcare to thousands of families who cannot afford it and help children become healthy, so they can pursue their education.
Since 2016, Cisse Niass Project has been building a clinic and a pharmacy in Kaolack, Senegal to save thousands of families and children every year from malaria and other life-threatening diseases. With the health clinic, Cisse Niass Project will provide free healthcare to families below the poverty line in Senegal. The ultimate goal is to cure malaria and other life-threatening diseases and to create 50 full-time jobs within the community of Kaolack, Senegal by 2018.
The short-term impact of building a clinic in Kahone is to save 3,000 children and families per year in Senegal. The long-term impact is to create 50 full-time jobs by 2019 and to boost the region employment rate, reduce poverty and to increase the economical development of Senegal. CNP will also increase the clinic employment rate by 10% every year and is looking to build another clinic in Kaolack, Senegal by 2020.