Pro-Health International | Upcoming PHI Medical Missions
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Upcoming PHI Medical Missions

01 Mar Upcoming PHI Medical Missions

Every year, the passion to reach out to the poor and less privileged people in the rural communities of Africa through medical missions keeps increasing in us. Having reached over 2 million people through free health care missions, it still feels as if we have done so little to improve the health of Africa’s people. This is because the more we visit communities, the more needs we see. These needs inspire us to do more.

2016 was filled with exciting outreaches, but this year promises to be more exciting. We have some outreaches already lined up till the middle of this year.

So if you are a surgeon, doctor, pharmacist, dentist, optometrist, medical laboratory scientist or a health promotion expert, we would be happy to have you volunteer with us in any of the outreaches scheduled below.

  1. Nassarawa State – April 3 to April 14, 2017 (2 weeks)
  2. Kebbi State – May 7 to 13, 2017 (1 week)
  3. Rivers State – May 14 to 20, 2017 (1 week)
  4. Akwa Ibom State – June 12 to 17, 2017 (1 week)


To be part of any of these medical missions, please send your Name, Profession, Location, Phone Number, Email Address and State you would like to volunteer to, 08020794069 or

We would be looking forward to impacting the lives of other people with you. It is impossible without you.

Prohealth Impact

Pro-Health International is a non-profit voluntary, health care base organization whose primary objective is uplifting the health status of the less privileged, neglected rural populace in Africa. Since its inception 21years ago, PHI has also been able to reach over 2million less privileged people across Nigeria and Africa. We have taken free health care to 25 out of the 36 states in Nigeria. Rural communities in 24 African countries and Haiti have also benefitted from our various free health care campaigns.