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Let’s Work Together to Bridge Healthcare Gaps


In the underprivileged corners of our Nigerian community, access to healthcare is a poignant struggle. We, David Omenukor Foundation, a non-governmental organization in Mesquite, Texas, recognize the dire healthcare problems they face. In response, we spearhead medical missions, collaborating with organizations to address the pressing need for healthcare.

The disparities in healthcare access are stark, and the lack of medical services compounds health issues. Through our non-governmental organization in Mesquite, Texas, we offer free screenings for colorectal, prostate, cervical, and breast cancer. We also make cholesterol, diabetic, and hypertension screenings accessible. along with free medications, prescription glasses, and surgeries.

But we couldn’t do it without the support of volunteer individuals and organizations. As a health-based organization in Owerri, Nigeria, we know that we have work to do and we need the support of everyone to make healthcare accessible. We aim to collaborate and continue to do so with local healthcare professionals and community leaders.

We want to raise awareness about preventive healthcare measures so that children and adults alike can live safer together in the community that they love. We are committed to establishing the importance of regular health check-up camps and access to essential vaccinations. Indeed, change requires not just a whole village but the government’s support as well to achieve this.

We remain steadfast in our commitment, ensuring that the collective effort to bring healthcare to the underserved is not compromised. Together, through genuine collaboration, we can provide sustainable solutions to healthcare challenges. Let us make a difference in the lives of the communities we serve.

If you believe in our causes and want to help us continue our service to the community, please do not hesitate to support our charity organization in Texas. Contact us today to learn how you can help us.

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