Hosted health screening clinics in the rural villages of Nsit Ibom, Akpa Utong, Owot-Uta and Ikot Edte in Akwa Ibom State and Ozalla Isuofia in Anambra State. Provided screening for diabetes, hypertension, malaria, HIV and other health issues for over 1650 villagers, both adults and children. Patients were assessed, had laboratory tests, were seen by a physician, and given prescription medications for their health issues. Local Nigerian physicians and nurses volunteered their time for this medical mission.
Delivered both prescription and non-prescription medications to Mt. Carmel Hospital in Akpa Utong, the Ozalla Isuofia Primary Care Clinic and the ImaBridge Community Health Care Centre in Owot Uta.
Provided a wheel chair and mobility to a young woman who is paralyzed.
Met with the Orthopedic Surgeon that provided the initial surgery and follow-up care for Blessing, a five year old girl born with club feet. Future surgeries are being coordinated.
In 2014, established the ImaBridge Community Healthcare Centre in Owut Uta, Ibesiekpo Akwa Ibom State, providing primary care and emergency services 24 hours a day.
Assisted a young man obtain a prosthetic leg after he lost his leg in an auto accident. Provided crutches and wheelchairs to individuals with severe health issues.
Delivered an ambulance filled with medical supplies and a 4D Ultrasound machine to St. Luke's Hospital in Anua.
Conducted state-wide medical training session at Mobile Manna Foundation's Mental Health Rehabilitation Center for mental health workers. Donated funds for the purchase of psychiatric medications and to support their skills training program.
Donated funds to The Daughters of Charity of St. Vincent DePaul for their women's mental health program.