Our Goals

Building a Sustainable Model for Healthcare Systems in Rural Africa

Routine work goals (“Humanitarian” goals)

  • Providing medical care for hospital patients

  • Operating outreach clinics in remote villages

  • Promoting community health education

  • Improving infrastructure for community health and preventative medicine (clean water, sanitation, vaccination, accessibility for HIV & TB patients)

  • Improving cooperation with the local health authorities

  • Expansion of fund raising and grant making activities and preservation of donor base


  • Dispatching 4 medical delegations per year, consisting of two doctors each (or a doctor and
    a registered nurse), for a period of 3-4 months for each delegation.

  • Enriching the teams with volunteers from various para-medical fields, as well as medical students.

  • Dispatching expert senior doctors in various fields for short duration for treatment of specific conditions and education of local staff.

  • Funding basic medication

  • Basic maintenance of hospital equipment

Development goals (5 year plan)

Main goal: Upgrading the hospital’s medical services, infrastructure, protocols and preventative care, thereby allowing it to provide proper medical services to the population of Kiboga district.


    • Establishment of a structured medical training program for clinical officers and nurses around Kiboga District

    • Technical maintenance and returning of functional capacity of medical equipment in the hospital, and addition of equipment according to the most urgent needs

    • Improvement and maintenance of physical infrastructure in the hospital

    • Promoting a change in the hospital and staffs’ conduct regarding both quality of medical care and work integrity

    • Promotion of joint medical research

    • Recognition of the hospital as a teaching site by the Israeli medical board, in order to enable sending of interns and residence during elective months, and even during ‘basic science’ period

    • Establish connections between Israeli hospitals and Kiboga Hospital as “twin institutes”