Nigeria has developed several health Sector plans under successive governments and within the period, it has advanced strategic strides in improving access to health services and health outcomes. The lives of children have been saved; new infections and death from communicable diseases such as malaria and tuberculosis have been averted.
Despite the progress made so far, Nigeria still has some measure of morbidity and mortality from preventable causes. The quality of health care in terms of improving patient safety and effectiveness in both public and private facilities is often inadequate and a source of concern.
RAHI Medical Outreach, in line with its vision of providing affordable healthcare has set ambitious goals to improve equity, coverage, utilization of essential health services and improve quality of health care.
Our goal is to develop a strategic plan that will guide our activities towards safer, more effective, more accessible, and more equitable care for all Nigerians and rural dwellers in Africa.
Our activities through the several medical missions and outreach have brought political attention and from stakeholders on the need to improve the health sector for maximum delivery. In all, reproductive, maternal, newborn, child, adolescent health and nutrition have continued to be our topmost priority.
In addition to prevention strategies through regular distribution of medical consumables, relief materials and associated items for preventive care, promotion of hygiene and sanitation through our regular health seminars, RAHI Medical Outreach have made tremendous progress in time past to improve access to diagnostic and treatment facility.
The organization has made significant breakthroughs to improve its capacity for health emergency risk management that will focus on creating capability to prevent, detect, and contain potential outbreaks.
We have built on the successes and challenges of the successive interventions while focusing on sustainable development.
Unarguably, with the political will of government and its associated agencies such as NDDC, Presidential Amnesty office and others, the steadfast commitment of our health team for our people and the support of our development partners, we will prevail in our quest to meet the health needs through the dependable outreach platforms