Commitment to Action

Operation Medical Freedom-Mobile Clinic Africa

Commitment by

US Doctors For Africa

US Doctors for Africa committed to deploy 200 'Mobile Clinics' and 2000 volunteer medical professionals throughout the Sub-Saharan African countries by 2011.
Tackling preventable diseases such as TB and malaria depends upon rebuilding health systems and revamping capacity to deliver public health services. One of the obstacles medical professionals face in Africa is a lack of adequately equipped facilities.
Project 'Mobile Clinic - Africa' committed to help manage the ever growing demand for fully equipped medical facilities and to provide the medical staff needed to treat millions of Africans through its Mobile Clinic and volunteer program.

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Commitment

Operation Medical Freedom-Mobile Clinic Africa

Launched

2006

Est. Duration

1 year

Estimated Total Value

$75,000,000

Region

Africa

Countries

ETHIOPIA, GHANA, KENYA, NIGERIA, SIERRA LEONE, SOUTH AFRICA, SWAZILAND, Tanzania, UGANDA

Commitment by

US Doctors For Africa

Partner(s) of the Commitment Maker(s)

The George Washington University, Recruit Inc., 1worldspace, University of Pennsylvania, University of Chicago