Margret David grew up next door to Kateri Medical Clinic. During her teen years, she volunteered at our annual medical missions.
The Covid-19 crisis has affected all of our lives in many ways. And it has affected our work in Nigeria. As you probably know, the pandemic has now arrived in Nigeria and is taking off rapidly. The people our clinics serve – the urban and rural poor, living on less than $ 1.70 per day – are particularly vulnerable.
Welcoming the crowds to our main and biggest medical outreach at the Foltz Clinic in Katari Nigeria.
In this past year, Kateri Medical Clinic:
All together, in 2016, we helped 22,225 people with various levels of medical care. Since our beginning in 2002, we have helped more than 200,000. To learn more about FaithCare, go to www.faithcare.net
Kateri Summary of Statistics for 2015. Total Number of patients seen at Kateri - 5233
Majority of the patients seen are treated for malaria, other ailments including peptic ulcer disease, pelvic inflammatory disease, hypertension, diabetes mellitus, febrile convulsions and road traffic accidents due to the location of the clinic close to the high way.
For 2015 we provided basic lifesaving healthcare to 20,378 people in the area of Kaduna, Nigeria.