Recent Reports

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Nigeria

Gure Healthcare Project - Free Healthcare Week

October 16, 2016 - 

Real Medicine Foundation has been in Nigeria since 2006 helping to ameliorate the situation, and our healthcare initiative continues to focus on Gure, a community in Kwara State with an estimated population of over 30,000 people. Until mid-2015, RMF supported the improvement and operation of Gure Model Health Centre, and in October 2016, we shifted our focus to health outreach. We provide free clinics and education sessions primarily for women, children, and the elderly. Through these outreach clinics, RMF aims to reach underserved, vulnerable community members with education, primary health care, maternal, and child health care.

RMF’s health outreach program...

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Nigeria

Healthcare Project, Gure Q2 2015 Report

November 05, 2015 - 
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Nigeria

Healthcare Project, Gure Q1 2015 Report

June 26, 2015 - 
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Nigeria

Healthcare Project, Gure Q4 2014 Report

April 16, 2015 - 
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Nigeria

Healthcare Project, Gure Q3 2014 Report

January 15, 2015 - 

Patient numbers continue to rise with the regular supply of medicine, supplies and lab reagents resulting currently in an average of more than 746 per week.

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Nigeria

Healthcare Project, Gure Q2 2014 Report

December 20, 2014 - 

Patient numbers continue to rise with the regular supply of medicine, supplies and lab reagents resulting currently in an average of more than 724 per week.

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Nigeria

Healthcare Project, Gure Q1 2014 Report

June 19, 2014 - 

RMF/WCF’s presence has strengthened the faith in the Gure Clinic. Healthcare provision is being continuously improved; a continued focus on the improvement of relationships between the community and all involved parties is being kept. Weekly immunizations are maintained and regular maternal and child health as well as hygiene clinics are being held for new mothers. Word of the regular restocking of medicine and medical supplies has spread through the entire surrounding community and the clinic is now seeing more than 690 patients per week.

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Nigeria

Healthcare Project, Gure Q4 2013 Report

January 29, 2014 - 

RMF/WCF’s presence has strengthened the faith in the Gure Clinic. Healthcare provision is being continuously improved; a continued focus on the improvement of relationships between the community and all involved parties is being kept. Weekly immunizations are maintained and regular maternal and child health as well as hygiene clinics are being held for new mothers. Word of the regular restocking of medicine and medical supplies has spread through the entire surrounding community and the clinic is now seeing more than 687 patients per week.

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Healthcare Project, Gure Q3 2013 Report

September 30, 2013 - 

Continue to upgrade of the existing clinic and managing of the clinic according to RMF/WCF’s global standards, improving hygiene, function and safety as well as standard of medical operations; restore community faith in clinic’s operations.

  • Treatment of patients at the clinic, focusing on Malaria, Maternal Child healthcare, and prenatal care and observation
  • Maternal and Child Health trainings and outreach being conducted for new mothers
  • Immunization of Newborns
  • Treatment of Malnutrition cases in village outreach
  • Provision of Medical Laboratory services
  • Continued purchase and delivery of medicines and medical supplies
  • Provision of Dental care services for patients in the community
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