- About Us
- Health Care
- Water & Sanitation
- Women Empowerment
- Disaster Relief
- Hunger Prevention
Health Care ProgramHealth directly translates into happiness which is one of our core values. Creating a healthy society is not just about providing treatment, it is also about creating an environment that prevents disease. Our health program is designed with the understanding that this is a complex issue that requires intervention on many fronts.Edit Content
Water & Sanitation Program
In developing nations, contaminated water is among the main reasons for high chid mortality rate. Water-borne diseases are largely preventable. Our Aim Foundation is running programs to provide clean water.Edit Content
Women Empowerment Program
Our Aim works with partners to provide women with education, skills, and the means to start their own businesses while addressing their healthcare and psychological needs.Edit Content
Hunger Prevention ProgramFood insecurity continues to plague most developing countries. According to the UN, around 700 million people face malnutrition around the world. We have distributed 380,000+ meals and distributed food rations in disaster-hit areas.
Advisory Member USA
Infectious Disease Specialist and Professor at the University of South Florida, Morsani College of Medicine, Division of Infectious Diseases and International Medicine in Tampa. Graduate from Nova South-Eastern University, College of Medicine in 1999. Underwent both her Internal Medicine and specialty Postgraduate Training after graduation. Performed Academic Duties at USF, Tampa General Hospital and Hillsborough County Health Department. Involved in various research studies concerning HIV and Zika. Well recognized expert in TB presentation and treatment and has already been a featured speaker at national and international venues in the last 16 years. For the past two years, she has been a spokesperson and scientific advisor in mass media on COVID for USF and TGH. Elected a Fellow of the Infectious Diseases Society of America. Recently, she was chosen as the Program Director of the Year for the Infectious Disease Fellowship at the University of South Florida, Morsani College of Medicine. Currently, serves as Executive Medical Director of the Hillsborough County Health Department overseeing the Tuberculosis, HIV and Sexually Transmitted Disease clinics.