Rural health mission Nigeria (RHEMN) is a registered nonprofit organization providing access to basic healthcare and social services in hard-to-reach and under-served communities.

Our History

RHEMN was founded on 1st January, 2014 by Muhammad Ahmad Saddiq who initiated the idea and was later joined in the mission by his friend and a colleague Muhammad Adamu Sule who was very passionate about community service. The organization commenced skeletal operation in June 2015 where it carried out her first free medical outreach in Gembu community in Sardauna LGA (Mambilla Plateau), Taraba State. RHEMN was legally registered on 17th – 03 – 2017. Our intervention include: Maternal and child care, emergency medical services, health advocacy/awareness campaigns, sustainable school health services and other social services

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Our Mission

Our mission is to provide basic healthcare services to those living in rural or hard-to-reach communities including under-served areas. We also provide social needs and humanitarian services during and after crisis or community conflicts.

Our Vision

Our vision is to see every community in Nigeria with uninterrupted access to basic healthcare services and enjoy essential social needs and RHEMN leading the way to universal health coverage.

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