What we do
The Rural Primary Care Improvement Foundation was created in 2019. Our goal at Rural Primary Care Improvement Foundation is to bring awareness, raise funds, provide care and help strengthen health facilities in rural Nigeria.
The first project we undertook was the Say No To Malaria Project in the Amechi Uwani Community which has developed and implemented effective malaria control in the region. Since its inception 1,400 children and pregnant women with malaria treatment. Phase I of the program has been a success and has had much support from the local community.
We are now moving into phase II of the project, where we will be implementing a primary care facility in the community and will be treating a broader spectrum of health concerns in Amechi Uwani, including: sickle cell disease, chronic diseases, child and maternal health.
Currently we are running the Malaria Control Project in Nigeria: Say No To Malaria Amechi Uwani Community
For more information on the completed Phase I and the upcoming Phase II, please click here
Rural Coordination Centre British Columbia (RCCbc)
The Pacific Northwest Division of Family Practice of British Columbia
The Global Health Initiative, University of British Columbia