Covid-19 and the Western African life has left financial destruction in its path for marginalized communities. Women with Children, especially widowed, are at the top of this target group. They can’t pay their bills. No insurance. No savings. Nothing. AHAF returns Hope to this otherwise hopeless situation.
The Surgical Fund pays the part of the bill, (frequently 100%), if a woman can’t afford her procedure. A common situation is when a mother (sometimes single or widowed) requires a surgery and is counting on a miracle to cover her costs. Many procedures, such as a tumor removal is only $90. The Most expensive procedure tops out at $500.
In a conversation with Dr. Opene, our Med-aCar Director, he mentioned some current patient’s financial worries and her embarrassing inability to cover the bill. The mother of two had been praying that God would somehow send money...
It was at that moment, I told Dr. Opene, “AHAF-USA needs to start a fund.“ Her prayers were answered.
Celine is our new field Director for our
Dr. Opene is the CEO of Mater Dei Clinic and the Med-aCar Director for Nigeria
Beatrice is the President-Owner of the
Queen of Apostle Pharmacy
Med-aCar is a medical network program designed to make “house calls” to patients in their home villages
Med-aCar teams up with Mater Dei Clinic Staff to save lives and bring Serious Medical Care to patients. This includes Advanced Medical Care, surgical procedures, and short hospital stays.
Queen of Apostle is a pharmacy that allows us to get reliable medicaments at good prices. It manages the complex pharma supply chain For all of the AHAF medical programs.
100% of your donation goes directly to paying for Surgeries. Many Life Saving procedures are done for $100. You can also mail a check to AHAF, 2701 Commons Drive Unit 309, Glenview, IL 60026