Archive for August, 2015

Posted by Miguel Juanez On August - 20 - 2015 0 Comment

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ExquisiteWater, Inc. is a charitable public health consulting company dedicated to providing clean water to rural and underprivileged communities around the world with plans to eventually eliminate adverse health effects caused by waterborne diseases. ExquisiteWater has officially started their first pilot in Nigeria. Their director, Amanda Sunny left for Nigeria on July 5th until the 14th to attend the very successful annual Anambra State Association World Medical Mission and Health Summit 2015. While she was there, she presented their mission for the communities in Anambra State, Nigeria to the 250+ attendees and spoke to the state’s Commissioner of Health.


The medical mission consisted of a group of 50 volunteers (physicians, ophthalmologists, pharmacists, nurses, and general volunteers) who traveled to six rural villages in Anambra State, Nigeria (Agbaghana, Obosi, Ihembosi, Ozubelu, and Oba) with donated prescription eyeglasses and pharmaceutical care.

In each village, the team was able to serve at least 1,500 people with a six day total of at least 9,000 people seen; including some individuals whom have never seen a doctor before in their life.

In the midst of this preliminary trip with the medical mission and health summit presentation, they were able to learn how to manage the steps needed to secure operations within a village as well as the importance of good communication. Click article to read more. 

Posted by Miguel Juanez On August - 4 - 2015 0 Comment

1487784_392745900856552_956508666_oWe are extremely grateful and happy to welcome Helphen, India to our team of affiliates combating poverty and sharing the vision of a future without poverty.

Helphen India which was officially recognized as a Society under Societies Registration Act of 1860, India on 26 March, 2015 was actually incepted in January 2013 when a team of like-minded freshmen from Vellore Institute of Technology started contemplating the society of Vellore. Like most other semi-towns of Tamil Nadu, Vellore was home to poverty, unemployment, inadequate infrastructure and lack of education facilities.