Be a part of something bigger than yourself. Invest into someones life!
What would it look like if there is a surgical hospital in Nigeria where underserved patients can come and get surgeries done at no cost. Imagine a surgical hospital where a group of doctors, surgeons, nurses, and other medical personnel from diverse backgrounds and different nations come together to humbly serve a community of people by providing free surgeries and healthcare. What if they would worship, pray and lovingly express their faith by selflessly serving each other? That is the surgical hospital that we dream of in Nigeria.
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.
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.
There are a million reasons why we need hospitals that are functional in Nigeria. The waiting rooms at hospitals are overcrowded with patients waiting to see doctors. Often people have to stand outside.
The lack of funds to the health sector has led to understaffed and underfunded medical centers. In some states in Nigeria, doctors are owed salaries, leading to strikes that often last for months. Patients are forced to sleep on bare floors and battle mosquitoes in teaching hospitals across the country.
A general state of mismanagement accounts for a lack of electricity in the country. This problem has resulted in doctors performing surgeries using candles, lamps and mobile phones.
The Nigerian National Bureau of Statistics said in 2020 that 40% or 83 million Nigerians live in poverty. It is estimated that the number of poor people will increase to 90 million, or 45% of the population, in 2022. Currently, less than 5% of Nigerians are covered by the Nigerian national health insurance scheme.
Be A Part Of Something Bigger Than Yourself
Prayer is key to victory. We can never
accomplish God's vision by our own
strength. We humbly ask for your prayers.
You can be part of an army of
intercessors praying for us. Set an alarm
and pray with us at 12 noon every day, or
whenever it is convenient for you.
You are welcome to attend one of our
volunteer meetings; they are great
opportunities for you to meet other
volunteers and make connections.
Medical and non-medical volunteers are
all welcome. So, bring a friend!
The reality is that it takes money to do
almost anything. Supporting the surgical
center is a kingdom investment. We invite
you to invest in IMO Missions if God
speaks to your heart to do so. You can
give a one-time financial gift or
For us to provide free health care, it takes
people stepping out in faith to obey God.
You can join our volunteer team and use
your gifts and talents to help turn the
dream into a reality. There is tremendous
fulfillment when God uses you to reach