Rural Health Mission Nigeria has been selected among thousands of organizations worldwide to participate in the year end Globalgiving accelerator fundraising competition.

Globalgiving accelerator is a fundraising opportunity for NGOs to raise funds for their projects in the community. It is a 1 week competition where an NGO is expected to raise $5000 from 40 donors. this will enable the NGO become a permanent partner to GG and get access to fundraising resources online. For an NGO to succeed, it has to raise $5000 from 40 donors in 1 week.

RHEMN will be raising $6000 to purchase 1000 pieces of lifesaving clean birth kits for 1000 rural women in Nigeria. If this goal is met, 1000 women and 1000 children will be saved through ensuring hygienic practice practice in rural communities to prevent sepsis.

The organization is therefore appealing to her thousands of supporters to help it scale through this competition.

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Today on a advocacy visit to Hinna community in Gombe State. The team met with the community elders and other stakeholders to discuss the implementation plan of our project “Raise a Healthy Child” in the community. This is a 18 month project designed to be implemented in two components; the community outreach and the school health services.

The aim of the project is to ensure that every child in this community lives a healthy life without diseases and disability. the overall goal is to reduce maternal and child mortality ratio in Nigeria.

Rural health mission Nigeria team in Jalingo conducts free health service Our Taraba Team conducted free school health service at Yagai academy Jalingo on 25/10/17. The school health project is a flagship program of “Raise a Healthy Child” campaign of the organization aimed at implementing infant and child survival programs in order to address the escalating child mortality ratio in underserved communities including hard-to-reach areas.

About 115 children has been reached at Yagai academy and this will be a statewide project because more schools will be identified to meet our target of 100 schools in 6 months including almajiri schools in Taraba state. our population target is to reach 10,000 children in 6 months.