Recent Projects


The Inner City Lagos medical outreach was a medical intervention which was aimed at improving the health conditions and lifestyle choices of the beneficiaries comprising of local residents and illiterate and semi-literate traders. Areas covered included eye tests, dental check-ups, general check-ups and medical administration at the Aroloya community. The Aroloya community is located in Lagos State, and popularly known for its busy atmosphere and filthy environment. However, members of the community are more easily accessible (in proximity) to privately-run health facilities which often offer more costly services. The closest public health facility at 2.7km from Aroloya is the Lagos Island General Hospital, which also happens to be one of the oldest hospitals in Nigeria, and clearly in need of updated equipment to improve healthcare delivery. This intervention helped bring basic medical care closer to the beneficiaries, and improved financial access as well, of beneficiaries to the services and medication.

Support Us

Related Projects

Explore Related Projects

200 persons Beneficiaries

The objectives of this intervention were to improve financial risk protection in terms of access to medication for 200 persons; improved access to qua...

662 persons Beneficiaries

The 2nd edition of the inner city Lagos medical outreach came on the heels of the turn out during the first edition, which offered medical care to ...

5000 persons Beneficiaries

The Makoko borehole project was informed by the poor access to potable water by residents of the Makoko community, a 200-year old urban slum. Access t...

20 persons Beneficiaries

This initiative was in response to the building collapse at Ita-faaji in Lagos Island, Lagos State. Several victims lost their lives whilst 20 of them...