Wednesday, 18 May 2016

Human for Humanity NGO holds fundraising event in Abuja

Hospitals for Humanity (HFH) is a nonprofit organization committed to providing access to quality and affordable health care for people who are in dire need, especially those who live in developing and third-world countries. 

After five years of planning – in 2014 – HFH began its Cardiothoracic Surgical Initiative (CTSI) in Nigeria. This initiative was created for the following three primary reasons: 

1. The clear need for cardiothoracic surgery among a variety of Nigeria’s population for a wide variety of congenital and heart disease treatments; 

2. The clear need for a Pediatric and Adult international accredited CT surgical training program including all its supporting specialties and ancillary staff (ie perfusionist);

3. The experience and research-based belief that a critical component to Nigeria’s healthy and prosperous future is to stop the out-of-country flow of revenue resulting from medical tourism.

HFH recognizes that it would be highly beneficial to have in county care to Nigerians. Currently, Nigeria spends approximately 20% of its entire health budget on medical tourism with a significant amount of that funding being spent on heart surgeries. The objective is to complete 200 pediatric open heart surgical cases within a year free trials of cialis (June 2015 – July 2016) (including ICU management and Step down medical support.)

The open heart surgeries performed by the HFH doctors from all over the world. These surgeries are free for the children who need them and the doctors are back again saving lives through God's Grace. 

There is a corporate fundraising briefing holding tomorrow. The event will hold in between surgeries, so timing is of essence. 

Date: Thursday, May 19, 2016 Venue: Auditorium A, 3rd floor, National Trauma Centre, National Hospital Abuja. Time: 12:15pm - 1:30pm 

We will love to see you there! #SaveAHeart #HospitalsForHumanity -

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