Without gainsaying, health is very closely related to the wellbeing and happiness of people, and is greatly affected by factors such as changes in global and regional climate, water resource quality, food growing capacity, ecosystem health, and access to health care. The situation in poor countries, especially in war torn Countries of Africa like Central African Republic (CAR) can be particularly acute. However, we must also note that the wellbeing of inhabitants in better developed countries also proves to be vulnerable.
Underdeveloped health can be a barrier for proper development in any Country. In the worse case scenario it denies children to profit from education, denies mothers a safe pregnancy and decreases life expectancy. At SOSUIBEN because we are a compassionate organization we have dedicated our entire lives to helping people in need for better health care.
Our sworn objective is to work in collaboration with the World Bank, United Nations and Novartis to end extreme poverty within a generation and boost shared prosperity and thus we work to find practical, innovative ways for people to lift themselves out of poverty and thrive and save lives and help rebuild livelihoods when crisis strikes.
We are constantly seeking for partnerships and aid to deliver essential medicines and supplies, health expertise and medical training, to respond to disaster, prevent disease, promote wellness and save lives in and around the African Continent. Albeit our goal is to help people worldwide where the need is greatest, delivering emergency medical aid to people affected by conflict, epidemics, disasters, or exclusion from health care.
In Nigeria and Central African Republic we seek to train the midwives, medical assistants and practitioners in the use of latest medical technologies, rehabilitate some of the dilapidated health centres and health care facilities, but essentially to train them in best medical practices and applications. We strive to maximize fundraising efforts in support of the survivors of international humanitarian disasters.