The Rehoboth Foundation is a non-political organization devoted to providing succor to the marginalized across the United States of America and other parts of the world. Since its inception in 1999, Rehoboth Foundation has provided an array of services including health services, education, skills training, and acquisitions, household material supports, distribution of over 50 of 40ft containers of medical equipment, and reliefs materials to Nigeria. Currently engaged in over 20 medical missions to Africa and more frequently in the Ondo State of Nigeria, it is a well-known fact that there is a dearth of evidence-based and international standard healthcare facilities in Nigeria. Consequently, this results in un-acceptable low life expectancy and correspondingly low disease-free productive days in our rural areas, especially in Ondo State. Hence, it attests to the fact that from the highest levels of Hospital Administration to the trenches of the intensive care units, emergency rooms, and operating theaters, Nigerians are leaders worldwide but unfortunately most ineffectual with the current health care delivery system in Nigeria particularly concerning reaching the grassroots communities.
In observance, Rehoboth Foundation became aware of the uncompleted, underutilized, dilapidated buildings with no-equipped facilities hence poor health services and amenities. This includes the lack of a modern functional health technology and an evidence of low-quality service.
It is also important to note that well-educated Nigerians in Diaspora are making a phenomenal contribution to the medical industry in America, and the return of talented and influential Diasporas that have done great philanthropic work will be noticeable pillars in the medical success of the Africa community. As such Rehoboth foundation is therefore positioned for the introduction of Advanced Technology Center for university graduates and the implementation of a Basic Patient-Centered Health Care Transformation infrastructure in many states in Nigeria and other countries in Africa.