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Update about the Portable Ultrasound machine

The portable Ultrasound machine that VOC purchased for our partner organization – AMURT-Africa – is being put to great use on a daily basis in the medical clinics run by them. The clinics are located in the Ebonyi state – which is one of the poorest states […]

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Voice Of a Child wins Yahoo Employee Foundation grant

The Voice Of a Child (VOC), a San Francisco Bay area based non-profit corporation, is pleased to be the winner recipient of Yahoo! Employee Foundation (YEF) grant, offered to 501(c)(3) public service organizations. The grant was received for the maternity clinics, which VOC operates through their affiliate in […]

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Nigeria Maternal Health Service project – 6-month report from AMURT-Africa

We received the 6-month report from AMURT-Africa, our partner organization that is running the Maternal and Child Health Services project in Ebonyi State in Nigeria. Voice Of a Child had funded the purchase of a new ambulance in 2012. Full report in pdf format can be accessed […]

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Appreciation letter from AMURT Nigeria

Dear Sir: On behalf of AMURT Foundation, health center staff, and the communities of Ekumenyi, we take this opportunity to extend our deep gratitude to Voice of a Child for the generous contribution that has enabled us to purchase a badly needed ambulance. The brand new Nissan […]

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Ambulance purchase completed – Nigeria

We are very happy to inform that we were able to meet our target and have the ambulance installed at the project site by the end of May. The brand new Nissan Urvan Ambulance was installed at the Offia Oji Health Center on 31st May 2012, and […]

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Severe health conditions that exist in rural Nigeria

The following is a letter that we received from the project director of Ebonyi Primary Healthcare program   At Offia Oji clinic, the month of April has brought us malnourished children. Today, the father and the grandmother from Enyadulogu village brought a boy of close to two […]

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