Accessible Health care
Accessible health Care
The Foundation has supported 2 clinics for basic healthcare:
The Clinic in Old Yundum was abandoned. Andre Slooter, a retired healthcare IT specialist, gave it a new life as a non-profit clinic. It is now a flourishing center for primary healthcare, including a pharmacy. It is the cheapest privately held clinic in the country, a consultation only costs 50 cents, Dutch efficiency… A dozen+ people have a job there.
Now that the Old Yundum Clinic is self-managed, Andre is now working on plans to realise a clinic in Kanuma in rural Gambia. It will be part of a complete project including farming, shops and a bakery to process and sell the harvests.
So the foundation still needs a lot of support in the healthcare field.
You can support a completely new clinic for basic healthcare in rural Kanuma village.
Andre Slooter has bought two large pieces of land outside of Kanuma for a farm, clinic and
shop. He lives of his Dutch retirement money and all his endeavors are non-for-profit. His
first project was opening a clinic in Old Yundum, a very successful and lowest-price private
clinic with a state-of-the-art patient file system and complete low-price pharmacy.
The clinic in Kanuma has yet to be built, from the funds that are raised from the farm and