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Health Emergency Initiative Receives Grant to Fight Infant Mortality

In a significant effort to combat infant mortality and improve the well-being of vulnerable children, the Health Emergency Initiative (HEI) has received a grant for their project [1]. The grant was presented by TotalEnergies Nigeria Staff Multipurpose Cooperative Limited, a Lagos-based non-profit organization [2].

Key Details:

  • Grant Amount: HEI received a grant of N5,000,000 from TotalEnergies Cooperative [2].
  • Primary Objective: The funding aims to combat infant mortality, with a particular focus on children aged zero to five, especially those with non-chronic diseases [2].
  • Beneficiaries: The scheme will cover over eight public health facilities, with each beneficiary receiving a maximum of N30,000.00. Additionally, the grant will provide two electronic suction machines, an oxygen concentrator, and four dozen chairs for patients at Massey Street Children’s Hospital in Lagos [2].

HEI’s Impact and Recognition:

  • HEI is a credible non-governmental organization (NGO) that has provided assistance to over 5,800 indigent and vulnerable patients and accident victims across Lagos state and six other states in Nigeria [2].
  • Recognition: HEI has received the Best Supporting NGO Award from the Lagos State Health Service Commission and the Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC) [2].

TotalEnergies Cooperative’s Commitment:
-Health Emergency Initiative Receives Grant to Fight Infant Mortality

In a significant effort to combat infant mortality and improve the well-being of vulnerable children, the Health Emergency Initiative (HEI) has received a grant for their project. The grant was presented by TotalEnergies Nigeria Staff Multipurpose Cooperative Limited, a Lagos-based non-profit organization [2].

Key Details:

  • Grant Amount: HEI received a grant of N5,000,000 from TotalEnergies Cooperative [2].
  • Primary Objective: The funding aims to combat infant mortality, with a particular focus on children aged zero to five, especially those with non-chronic diseases [2].
  • Beneficiaries: The scheme will cover over eight public health facilities, with each beneficiary receiving a maximum of N30,000.00. Additionally, the grant will provide two electronic suction machines, an oxygen concentrator, and four dozen chairs for patients at Massey Street Children’s Hospital in Lagos [2].

HEI’s Impact and Recognition:

  • HEI is a credible non-governmental organization (NGO) that has provided assistance to over 5,800 indigent and vulnerable patients and accident victims across Lagos state and six other states in Nigeria [2].
  • Recognition: HEI has received the Best Supporting NGO Award from the Lagos State Health Service Commission and the Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC) [2].

TotalEnergies Cooperative’s Commitment:

  • TotalEnergies Cooperative is a leading cooperative society made up of employees of TotalEnergies EP Nigeria. They are dedicated to promoting the economic interests of their members and sustainable development, while also making a positive impact on the communities they serve [2].
  • Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR): As part of their CSR initiatives, TotalEnergies Cooperative allocates funds on an annual basis to support various non-governmental organizations working towards community welfare and health improvement [2].

Learn more:

  1. Health emergency initiative receives grant to fight infant mortality
  2. Firm donates N5m to combat infant mortality
  3. $2.4M grant will fund housing equity initiative to improve infant mortality in Indianapolis: News: News & Events: Richard M. Fairbanks School of Public Health: IUPUI
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