Malaria remains one of the most prevalent diseases in sub-Saharan Africa. The best solution is always prevention rather than cure. Often this is not available, either through lack of knowledge or more often simply due to lack of funds. Children in particular are most vulnerable at night and the simple provision of a mosquito net can save a life.
In association with Rotary Club, Lagos; Kewalram Chanrai Group was the first to start the blood donation camps. Rotary clubs has taken this to many other corporates in Nigeria making it a big mission. The importance of blood donations in the community is not well understood in most emerging markets. This often leads to acute shortages of blood supplies for hospitals, particularly in situations where...
We tend to take for granted the access we have to sophisticated eye care treatment whenever we need. In many remote areas of Nigeria, eye care is non-existent and poor vision is a common problem, particularly among the poor. The Indo Nigerian Eye-Care Foundation conducts periodic camps for cataract removal surgeries. On an average, about 1,400 surgeries are done in one of these camps. The...
Family Care Primary Healthcare Centre, Lagos Reaching out with medical care to patients in remote parts of Nigeria.
Providing primary or secondary health-care in remote areas of Nigeria is challenging and requires commitment on the ground, as well as from reliable partners. Without this collaboration primary healthcare would not exist.
Abuja Hospital Kewalram Chanrai foundation is supporting Tulsi Chanrai foundation in setting up a world class Eye-Care center in Abuja.
This hospital when completed will offer most sophisticated eye care for common man including complicated surgeries.
G K Chanrai Memorial Hospital, Zaria Offering pre-natal and post-natal care, and aiming to combat Malaria.
Malarial infection is the greatest threat to pregnant women and children, who are the most vulnerable in many African communities. Lack of knowledge and access to the right procedures or protection may often be fatal.
G D Chanrai Memorial Hospital, Yola Providing primary healthcare and aiming to reduce 'still births' through pre-natal care.
In many parts of Africa, the high level of infant mortality is still a major concern. Through our work at Yola we have given hope and reassurance to thousands of mothers to enable them to give birth in a secure and safe environment.