Our Grace House Clinic is vital to the health and well-being of our students, staff, and community! Our trained medical professionals provide diagnoses, history, examinations, vaccinations, preventative treatments, and prescriptions.
We teach students and community members about cleanliness, disease (especially HIV/AIDS), water purification, and general hygiene, providing many with toiletries, shoes, clothes, and fresh water.
- $40/month provides an individual with HIV/AIDS a job so they can earn money for food, medicine, and medical attention.
- The clinic can see up to 15–20 patients each day, in addition to the children and staff from the Heritage Academy.
- Education is provided about preventative medicine and disease, especially HIV/AIDS.
“As a physician, I am always grateful for the chance to help someone physically, but this also gives me the opportunity to share my faith through services. I thank all of my patients, colleagues, and friends for their support. Being a part of Village Project Africa has changed my life by showing me the purest forms of compassion, care, and charity in Makutano.” – Dr. Terry Horner