Care Africa Medical Foundation (CAMF) was founded in 2013 by Mrs. Gormah Kolleh Gwagee, a Liberian native. Gormah relocated to the United States in 1998, during the Liberia Civil Crisis, at the age of fourteen.
Care African Medical Foundation is a tax exempt organization as described under the federal income tax code, Section 501(C) (3), of the Internal Revenue Services. Care African Medical Foundation was created to provide medical supplies for the unprivileged in Africa. Our ultimate goal to see every developing African Countries fully equipped with the necessary medical supplies needed to provide quality healthcare.
After intensive research by the organization (CAMF), we have recognized that medical supplies are “Stock-out” in developing Africans countries, and that has endangered the lives of citizens in these countries. The “Stock-out” durations often last form twenty-five to eighty-nine days.
To help enhance the healthcare systems in Africa, beginning in Liberia, by providing medical supplies (equipments) needed to improve the health care services.
To help improve healthcare services by continuing to provide quality medical technology- devices and equipments to healthcare providers in rural communities, villages, small cities in countries across Africa.
Our ultimate goal is to see, in every developing country in Africa, in the underprivileged public hospitals, non-profit and community medical facilities, as well as clinics, fully equipped with the necessary medical supplies needed to provide quality healthcare to the public.
This will afford the poor (people unable to afford quality healthcare) to ultimately have access to a comprehensive, affordable, high quality healthcare services. You can Donate , Sponsor or Volunteer for our cause. We thank you from the bottom of our hearts.