VOOM Open-Heart Medical Missions are made possible through the generous support of our contributors. Since our first open-heart medical mission trip in 2013, VOOM Foundation has formulated partnerships with five hospital programs in Nigeria, to provide education and training to the local hospital staff with an ultimate goal of a sustainable open-heart program.
Our donors invest in our work and support our ability to deliver services to the poor and vulnerable. Nigeria ranks 163 out of 190 countries in healthcare and with almost fifty percent of the county living in poverty, open-heart surgery is unaffordable to almost half the country. The goal of VOOM is to perform up to 200 open-heart cases a year, if adequate funding and support are available.
VOOM Foundation, our volunteers medical professionals and the patients we serve sincerely thank all those who invest in our work and the lives of the one of the world sickest populations. Our work is not possible without your support.
WHY WE NEED YOUR HELP
YOUR SUPPORT WILL BRING MORE ENERGY
We can provide more medical missions for primary and emergency care for critical conditions.
Nigerian medical practitioners attended training conducted by the VOOM Foundation medical volunteers, so the good works and program sustainability can continue long after the mission.
IMPROVING QUALITY OF CARE
According to the World Health Organization, Nigeria ranks 163 out of 190 countries.
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