According to the World Health Organization, Malaria accounts for 40% of people hospitalized in the country.
Our AIM Foundation clinic serves 35,000 people living in 126 remote villages in Malawi, Africa, and refugee camps in Rohingya with little to no access to modern healthcare. Many children will go from birth to adulthood without ever seeing a doctor.
In Africa, we have provided free medical aid and medications to over 150,000 villagers and counting and 75,000 plus in Rohingya refugee camps.
By providing basic healthcare screenings, our medical staff can catch potentially life-threatening conditions and begin treatment before they become a more severe issue.
Learn how you can help us bring basic healthcare to those who need it most.