That none should die…
Road traffic accident has been reported as the biggest killer of youth in Nigeria. Nigeria has been losing a portion of her productive population to needless deaths. At Health Emergency Initiative we understand that one way to come in to be able to combat this issue is through the provision of post-crash care to road traffic emergency victims.
The aim of post-crash care is to avoid preventable death and disability, limit severity of injury and the suffering caused by it in order to ensure the crash survivor’s best possible recovery and reintegration into society. The level of care/attention that emergency victims receive determines their chances and the quality of survival.
The “Golden hour” which is the first few minutes/hour is an important determinant of the road traffic accident victims’ survival.
The “Golden hour” is golden to HEI too, hence we emerge to save the emergency victims’ lives with swift provision of funds. You can join us in the provision of post-crash care with of emergency funds, support PROJECT 1 MILLION and let’s reach out more to prevent needless deaths.
Health Emergency Initiative (HEI) over the years has been diligently providing financial assistance to indigent/vulnerable patients in public hospitals.
HEI upholds THAT NONE SHOULD DIE and we work closely with Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC) to ensure that swift financial assistance is provided to road traffic accident victims in order to provide post-crash care to the emergency victims.
Here is Assistant Corps Marshal FRSC, Hyginus Omeje speaking about HEI’s impacts in the society and how the NGO has helped in ensuring resuscitation and stabilization of road traffic accidents victims.
that none should die
HEI provides post crash care to road accident victims and functions as their NEXT OF KIN by swiftly providing funds needed for emergency medical treatment to resuscitate and stabilise these emergency victims
Post Crash Care