Phone

(704) 274-9346

Email

info@atdoemf.org

Phone

(704) 274-9346

Email

info@atdoemf.org

Preventive Health Care

Save a Life

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 undeserved population of marginalized communities in Liberia.

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.

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’s 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.
  • Facilitates health awareness fairs in the community

Preventive Health fair

Our director of health strategy, Janneh Beedoe, leading a medical team comprising of 15 volunteers to conduct health fair for locals from various impoverished communities across lower Buchanan. The team provided basic preventive health training for diabetes, blood pressure as well as hygiene awareness. The team has conducted sugar and blood tests for over 500 locals and provided medication.

Shoes-2-save a life

Giving shoes and saving lives

7 out of 10 students at the Annie T. Academy have feet that are infected with foot borne disease. Your donation of any amount can help a kid with a shoe that will PROTECT feet from contaminated soil and grounds, TREAT infections with an anti-microbial agent built into the shoe and PREVENT the spread of diseases by providing better coverage to the feet. This properly designed shoe is biodegradable and giving hope and opportunity to the children who wear them

Help fight foot borne diseases

Give a shoe and save a child’s life

World Shoes Project

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Donation Total: $100.00

Hygiene in school

Keeping Children Safe

Teaching students to take care of their health and prevent germs from entering their bodies by properly washing hands, brushing their teeth and taking bath.

Let's keep our children safe

Family Health Center

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Donation Total: $100.00