At Rays of Hope Support Initiative, our mission is to provide a platform of wellness and well-being to our community by providing consistent, excellent and accessible health- awareness programs to all in need of care, regardless of their status.
At Rays of Hope Support Initiative (ROHSI), we raise awareness on issues related to hypertension and diabetes, its effects and prevention methods. We help our community members build healthier lives, free of cardiovascular disease. We provide training and awareness programmes on how to adopt a healthy lifestyle. We provide means by which medical assistance get to the people of our community suffering from hypertension and diabetes.
This we know will help to reduce the mortality rate and other health complications caused by these silent killers.
“These silent killers”
In Nigeria, the majority of our adults have hypertension and diabetes with; reports showed that twenty-five per cent (25%) of emergencies at our hospitals today are related to the issues of hypertension and diabetes this is because many don’t get to know about their health conditions until they have a crisis or very sick to the point of death or when they are rush to the hospital for emergencies which sometimes may be too late.
Hundreds of our people die each day from diseases that can be prevented through awareness and early treatment.
.Rays of Hope Support Initiative provides health-monitoring and medical supply services to communities in Nigeria that otherwise would not have access to these services. Get involved today by donating, netwrok us or volunteering and help end the needless loss of lives in Nigeria
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+(234) 805 674 9931
Ibadan, Oyo State, Nigeria