Giving that a healthy individual is better positioned to advance his well being for his immediate community and the society, it imperative for qualitative health to be made accessible for the people. Often times, it noted that in developing countries, the optimum health indices are yet to be achieved due to several factors.

Affordable and qualitative healthcare facility, adequate medical personnel to man the health facilities, Lack of drugs, Government policies, Poor advocacy on healthy standards; are some of the factors that have militated in the administration of health care in communities.

A prominent factor is the difficult terrain of our riverine areas that have made it rather hard for indigenes to enjoy the modern health facilities available to the vast majority of urban settlers, thus resulting in morbidity that could have been contained.

RAHI Medical Outreach as a foremost health NGO came with the message and vision  to ensure that communities within its operational jurisdiction gets the best medical care and other facilities available, in matters of personal and community health.

Serious illnesses create enormous pain and suffering, even minor transient ailments can be depressing psychologically as well as debilitating physically. Therefore, the attainment of the highest possible level of health is a most important worldwide social goal whose realization requires the action of many other social and economic sectors in addition to the health sector.

The service competence in all these intervention either as within our own capacity or in partnership with stakeholders have included; General out-patient consultation, General Surgeries, Dental Surgeries, Dental Prosthesis, Ophthalmology Surgeries, HIV/AIDs Awareness Campaigns, Maternal/Child Health Interventions and related fields.

RAHI Medical Outreach’s sustainable model in all these years, as part of its aim and vision, is founded on securing interventions, within the confines of the law, ethics and morality, global health care delivery packages for our people.