The Foundation continues to dedicate resources and programs to health crisis that threaten the very survival of populations throughout West Africa. In the coming year, the Foundation plans to expand on the build out of its Annie Doe Memorial Foundation Health Center in Sugar Cane Farm, Lower Buchanan, Grand Bassa County and upgrade its facility with modern equipment to offer free basic healthcare services for immunizations, screenings, check-ups and disease prevention and awareness education.

We partner with health professionals in Liberia and individuals, pharmaceutical companies, and organizations in the United States to make this a reality impacting lives of underserved population of marginalized communities in Liberia.


One of our initiatives is to facilitate health awareness fairs in the community, which was started February 2017. As we move forward with the health awareness fairs our focus is on diabetes and hypertension screenings with our target population. Education materials and discussions from our expert team of health professionals on malaria, typhoid fever, HIV/AIDS/Tuberculosis, cardiovascular disease, and hygiene.

The Annie Doe Memorial Foundation Health Center will be accessible to over 20% of the 38,000 residents of Buchanan.

Buchanan is the third largest city in Liberia, lying on Waterhouse Bay, part of the Atlantic Ocean and 70 miles away from southeast of Monrovia. It is referred to as Gbezohn in the local Bassa language. As of the 2008 census, Buchanan has a population of 34,270. Of this, 16,984 were male and 17,286 female.[1] It is estimated that there has been a 10% increase in Buchanan population since 2008, increasing the population to about 38,000.

Key Objectives:

  • Provides FREE health facility and basic health care services to women and children of marginalized communities that allow them to get immunized, free physical check-up, i.e. Blood pressure, diabetes, annual physical, STD prevention, Hygiene education), etc
  • Helps to improve Liberia‚Äôs mortality and morbidity rate by making health services easily accessible to over 5,000 women and children in marginalized communities
  • Fights to improve the Infant and child mortality in Liberia, which is among the highest in the world.