We believe that good health and good learning go hand in hand. We are developing and working with professionals locally and globally to ensure families access basic health attention. 
We are working with different health institutions locally and globally to host numerous health camps in different rural areas for medical check us and treatment free for all.

Our dream is to make progress against several leading causes of death and disease. Abra intends to see Life expectancy increasing dramatically; infant and maternal mortality rates need to go on the decline.

“We must turn the tide on HIV and malaria deaths for healthier communities,” says Musiime.  

Good health is essential to sustainable development and the 2030 Agenda reflects the complexity and interconnectedness of the two. It takes into account widening economic and social inequalities, rapid urbanization, threats to the climate and the environment, the continuing burden of HIV and other infectious diseases, and emerging challenges such as noncommunicable diseases. Universal health coverage will be integral to achieving SDG 3, ending poverty and reducing inequalities. Emerging global health priorities not explicitly included in the SDGs, including antimicrobial resistance, also demand action.

Abra intends to have more hubs for community health outreach services. There is very limited health infrastructure in many rural and urban areas. Coupled with this, community members have low awareness of their health entitlements and often seek health advice from unqualified individuals. This can lead to the worsening of an undiagnosed condition and further ill health.

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We respond to God’ call to love and serve the poor. We seek to emulate the Good Samaritan, whose compassion crossed ethnic groups and religions. We serve all people regardless of religion, race, ethnicity, or gender.