Health Care Program
We are working with our partners in Cameroon, Ethiopia, Sierra Leone and Zambia to provide access to health care services for tens of thousands. In Cameroon, your support has helped us to construct a clinic and a primary school.
“The people of Sierra Leone are lovely and hospitable. However, they are limited by illiteracy, joblessness and difficulties of accessing the basic necessities of life. Your support is contributing immensely in alleviating the suffering of the masses. Your assistance will create lasting impact on the lives of children yet unborn. Women who were mostly affected during the war, who could not afford to provide a day’s meal for themselves and a basic maternal care they need to survive, but now, the pregnant women do have maternal care. Thank you!”
Reverend Francis A. M. Mambu. Faith Healing Development Organization Founder and Executive Director, Sierra Leone
Our partners include:
OUR IMPACT IN 2021
individuals received medical care, counseling, and health education at 32 hospitals, health centers, and clinics in Sierra Leone, Ethiopia, Cameroon, and Malawi.
Medicine Provided to Sierra Leone Health Center by Bread and Water for Africa® Alleviates Widow’s Gout Pain
Madam Kadie Foday has not had an easy life trying to make a living for herself in rural Sierra Leone. At age 53, she has no children, and her husband has passed away leaving her a widow to fend for herself. To top it off, earlier this year she was suffering from a...
This World Health Day Bread and Water for Africa® Commits to Doing Even More to Prevent Illness and Treat the Sick in sub-Saharan Africa
Today, Thursday, April 7, is the World Health Organization’s (WHO) World Health Day with this year’s theme of “Our planet, our health” was chosen “in the face of the current pandemic, a polluted planet, and an increasing incidence of diseases.” This call from the WHO...
Bread and Water for Africa® Continues Fight Against COVID-19 and Other Illnesses in sub-Saharan Africa
Although progress is being made against the COVID-19 pandemic in the sub-Saharan African countries where our partners operate hospitals and clinics, the situation remains dim for millions of children throughout sub-Saharan Africa, according to a report published in...