Building Hospitals In Africa

We're Building A Hospital In Ogoniland, Nigeria, Africa.

Be Part Of This Positive Project Today

Because Children & Families Are Dying Prematurely.

Over 3 million people in this remote part of Nigeria don't have access to any healthcare. Many children & families are dying in a way that is unnecessary because it is avoidable but due to lack of access to healthcare.

Common diseases include:

Elephantiasis, which causes an accumulation of fluid, usually in a limb, leprosy, which causes disfiguring skin sores and nerve damage, helminthiasis, an infestation of parasitic worms in the intestines, and trachoma, a bacterial eye infection which can lead to blindness.

We're Fighting illnesses like pneumonia and diarrhea, the two leading killers of children in poverty in Africa.

Your kind gift will help treat, and enable children to live full and active productive life.

Poor Families who do not have access medical care are not happy and the cycle of poverty becomes the destiny of their children. Through your gift, iHealthCare Africa will provide:

1.) Build Medical Care Centers in their village.

2.) Maternity care for mother & Her Newborn Care

3.) Primary HealthCare 

4.) Emergency medical care

5.) Lifesaving Surgical care


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Milestones and Work In Progress.










 Together with your kind gifts, will are making This Positive Project come through to save lives.


Millions of families and children are dying needlessly in African communities. Millions are torn apart by political conflicts, some are raped by foreign company workers, and their health and safety are at risk but you can Help us provide life-saving care to families in Africa today with your Gift Donations


iHealthCare Africa is a 501(c)(3) organization. Gifts are deductible to the full extent allowable under IRS regulations. Contact: Ogoni Charity, Inc. 4511 S. Kingshighway, Blvd. St. Louis, MO. 63109. iHealthCare Africa works to improve the health and nutrition of families, mothers, newborn babies, elderly and disable individual, with special attention to poor and vulnerable communities in Africa, one village at a time.