Health

Good health is the most important aspect of our lives.

Good health is the most powerful tool we have for moving forward with our aspirations.

It is much too easy to forget how vital good health is for communities to be able to prosper. Being free from sickness and disease allows children to attend school, learn and grow into educated strong adults. 

Poor health holds communities back and, in many cases, causes them to stay trapped in the cycle of poverty.

Currently there are over 1.2 billion people in the world who are living in extreme poverty. This means that they have less than one US dollar a day to live on. People who live in poverty are more likely to suffer from ill health, as they are forced to live in environments without adequate shelter, clean water or proper sanitation.

The sad truth is that many of the deaths caused by ill health are easily preventable and treatable through simple, effective measures and access to basic healthcare. With so many medical advances, there is no reason why so much of the global population should be left without access to healthcare.

IRF works to help people of all ages to ensure that they have the best health possible. By  working to improve the health of children, we are helping their families and their communities for future generations. Enabling a child to be healthy ensures that they can achieve their potential at school and develop their cognitive skills to enter adulthood in good health, with the ability to provide for their family and communities.

IRF works to improve health infrastructures by rehabilitating and sponsoring hospitals, clinics, healthcare centers, and through the provision of capacity building for doctors, nurses, paramedics, and medical management personnel.

Many charitable health clinics, whether run by governments or the private sector, are in deplorable conditions and cannot keep up with the demands of the society. IRF therefore collects medical equipment and supplies it hospitals in need to enable them to provide better services.

Our Programs

Mother and Child Health

improving maternal and child health, reducing the mortality rate under the age of 5, etc. We provide primary healthcare services to mothers and children by opening existing hospitals and clinics or new clinics for purposes.

Nutrition Health

We establish nutritional health centers and support existing centers in regions where hunger problems are frequently encountered due to drought, poverty, internal confusion and similar reasons.

Equipment and System Support

We support the delivery of medium- to long-term, permanent health solutions by establishing medical facilities or improving existing ones.