After a successful medical/humanitarian mission trip to the Rohingya Refugee Camp in November 2018 and now we are ready for another one in March 2019 to Malawi, Africa. According to the World Health Organization, 400 million people do not have access to essential health services. Many people struggle to get medical aid when they fall ill and face death from minor infections due to the lack of medical resources. Our AIM’s community-centric approach to helping villages in developing nations who want to improve their lives. Our AIM Foundation is building a community center which will include a medical clinic, a women empowerment center and an orphan center with playground on 2.5 acres of land in a remote village of Tongozola Michinji, Malawi, Africa. The closest clinic is 20 Km away and many people struggle to get medical aid when they fall ill and face death from minor infections due to the lack of medical resources. Malawi is also known as the Death Valley of Malaria due to the lack of access to clean, safe drinking water and the lack of toilet facilities.
Our AIM Foundation has built 250 wells and is committed building a total of 1000 wells to create access to drinking water for communities in need. Wells offer safe, clean drinking water to populated areas and are a sustainable solution for many villages. Our goal is to provide general, dental, psychiatric, other specialized health services as well as educational and preventative care services.