The community is faced by many health challenges and are constantly ailed with diseases like malaria, cholera, dysentery, typhoid among others. The failed drainage systems are the major cause of the water related diseases. We gather the members in the affected communities and educate them on proper drainage practices so that they get rid of stagnant water and clean up the trenches so that the disease occurrences are reduced.
We engage the community through health outreaches. We collaborate with government-set up health centres and give them basic medication to treat common illnesses like typhoid, malaria and dysentery. We periodically organise health camps and invite specialists from the USA who volunteer of their time to do consultations and treatment of the community people. Sometimes they are specialised camps to handle paediatric cases or eye issues among others.