PRO-HEALTH

INTERNATIONAL

Pro-Health International is an indigenous, faith-based, non-profit, non-governmental and community-focused organization.

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FREE HEALTH CARE

Over the past 27 years, PHI has taken qualitative and quantitative health care to the doorsteps of over 1.5 million people across African nations and beyond thereby building a proven track record of free health care delivery to communities in need.

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HEALTH SECURITY

PHI supports the Global Health security agenda through the "Integrated Response to Public Health Emergencies in Nigeria (IRPHEN) project with funding from the US- CDC and continues to work with Nigerian Government Institutions.

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HIV CARE

Pro-Health International in Consortium with Caritas Nigeria as prime, Catholic Relief services and Palladium; was awarded a 5 year comprehensive HIV care and treatment grant to provided HIV services in Delta, Ebonyi, Enugu and Imo states.

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ABOUT US

KEY POINTS ABOUT US

Creating impact through free health care projects...

Improving the health of Africa’s people.

To provide through voluntary efforts quality and quantitative health care and hope to the poor and less privileged in rural areas of Africa at little or no cost to the recipients with the love of CHRIST.

Faith, Perpetuating indigenous-founded initiatives, Teamwork, Volunteerism, Building Relationships, Mentorship, Adaptability and Quality.

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Adamawa Outreach
Bauchi-Outreach
Bauchi Outreach
Yobe-Outreach
Yobe Outreach

VOLUNTEER

STORIES

PHI is a helper of the poor, they give hope to the hopeless, to the downtrodden and suffering while those given up for dead were more or less resurrected by them. That’s how I see PHI. The founder is still the Iko Ibanga I knew in Holy Family College in the seventies; he hasn’t changed. Without NGOs like PHI, a lot of the Systematic Development Goals objectives would not be realized.

David Etuk Essien

Surgeon
I have had numerous experiences on projects, though one that stands out for me was when my mother-in-law went to a hospital and was diagnosed of appendicitis and needed to have her appendix removed. When she came on the project site, she was examined before surgery and it was discovered that she was wrongly diagnosed. This tells you about the quality of health care at the rural level where PHI has been doing great works.

Andy Eyo

Executive Director
Volunteering with PHI has been fun. You will be accommodated and be given very good food. Even as a Muslim I join the devotion and morning prayers. I work with PHI as a Christian organization because of the passion they have to help the poor. God teaches us that. What PHI is doing is to make people happy, at least those that are sick and cannot afford the hospital bill.

Umar Adamu Audu

Nurse Anesthetist
There are so many experiences I will never forget, like a man who had a tumor for years and could not afford anything; it was in PHI that he met his healing. Surgery is surgery, once you see someone who has been suffering and has no means to help himself, when you proffer solution to his problem, it gives you joy and a desire to keep on going for projects.

Samuel Bassa

Theatre Nurse
Medicine depends on experience and they say, if you don’t use it, you lose it. When you go on PHI projects and you are serious, the experience that you get there will be vast and nothing compared to what you get in your clinic. The motivation is the joy of being able to make a difference.

Joseph Ime Ekpenyong

Surgeon

MEDICAL MISSIONS

412

FINISHED PROJECTS

122

ONGOING MISSIONS

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