We are excited to open the first free IMO surgery center in Jos, Nigeria. The surgery center will be the only hope for multiple thousands of Nigerians.
IMPROVING THE STANDARD OF NURSING PRACTICE IN AFRICA
What Dr. Larry Mckenzie has to say about our missions: “It’s often challenging with the massive turnout of patients, which could be overwhelming, but nothing gives me joy like helping people. It’s simply amazing.”
Some people don’t believe in heroes. They haven’t met IMO volunteers.
God has blessed IMO with volunteers who genuinely love helping people. We are always overwhelmed by the number of people applying to volunteer on our projects. They pay their way and also give financially towards the projects. On behalf of the IMO board, we say Thank You.
Our goal is to help as many people as we possibly can, by providing life changing medical help. Our organization was started by Bola and Aimee, a married couple, who are still on site for every medical mission we do. We are a small organization with very little overheads. Everyone involved is a volunteer who helps with either fundraising, or the actual missions (often both!). Each mission requires about 100 volunteers in total, including a large number of doctors and nurses, both from Nigeria and overseas.
Our vision is to open free surgical centers all over Nigeria and other African countries. Our vision is to see a healthy Africa. Our vision is to see as many people commit their lives to the saving grace of Jesus Christ.
Our mission is simple: To help as many people as possible by providing free medical assistance. Our philosophy? There’s nothing more fulfilling than helping other people.
Our goal is to help as many people as we possibly can, by providing life changing surgeries and medical help at no cost to the patient.
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