Take Action! Furtu Faya Project
The Oromia Region in Ethiopia is an enchanting place with abundant farmland, but it is also home to some of the most vulnerable people in the country. The lack of healthcare access and basic medical equipment is alarming, leading to high rates of preventable diseases like malaria, respiratory infections, diarrheal diseases, and HIV. However, we believe that together, we can bring about change.
Project C.U.R.E. and the Jara and Jiru Foundation have joined forces to confront the healthcare crisis head-on. Our mission is to provide vital support and resources to six healthcare facilities that serve hundreds of thousands of individuals in the region. By uniting, we can enhance healthcare quality and empower families in Oromia to lead healthier lives. This transformative partnership plans to send two 40-foot containers filled with targeted medical equipment and supplies.
Imagine the impact we can make! With these crucial resources, healthcare workers will be equipped to provide quality care, and families will receive treatments that were previously unimaginable. However, none of this is possible without your help.
I urge you to join us in supporting this cause. No matter the size of your contribution, it will make a tangible difference in the lives of thousands of families. Let us come together and create a world where every person has access to basic healthcare and the opportunity for a brighter future.
Our initial goal is to raise US$65,000 to prepare and deliver two 40-foot containers filled with essential medical supplies and equipment from Project C.U.R.E. However, our ultimate objective is to raise enough funds to ship five containers. Your support is crucial in achieving this ambitious goal and being a part of our lifesaving work.
Together, we can make a tremendous impact in the lives of those in need. Join our cause, donate, and help us create a healthier future for the people of the Oromia Region. Your contribution matters. Thank you for being a beacon of hope and making a lasting difference.
Beneficiary Health Facilities
Genata Hara Health Center
Dodola General Hospital
Asassa Health Center
Adaba General Clinic
Haroo Hunte Health Center and Haroo Hunte Health Post