Tulsi Chanrai Foundation
Nigeria is the most populated country in Africa. Essential health care services remain inaccessible to large number of disadvantaged and remote Nigerian population. There has been considerable amount of work done by the Nigerian Government in the recent past. However, Nigeria has a long way to go to ensure quality health services for its people.
Tulsi Chanrai Foundation (TCFNigeria) with the Vision to ensure healthy Nigeria have been playing an instrumental role in enhancing availability, accessibility, affordability and effectiveness of health care services in remote areas of Nigeria. The key thrust areas of TCF are restoring sight, providing access to primary health care and providing safe drinking water. Each thrust area is considered as a mission in itself with the allocation of expert attention, time and resourses allocated to achieve the same.
TCF in collaboration with Kewalram Chanrai Foundation provides primary health care services to over 150,000 in Yola, Adamawa State and
To help cushion the effects, on residents of Federal Capital Territory (FCT), of movement restriction over COVID-19, an Indian firm
Dr. Johnpaul Okolo at Tulsi Chanrai Foundation eye hospital discusses Glaucoma with NTA on World Glaucoma day.