Our medical intervention program seeks to reduce mortalities rising from the widespread poverty and destitution in Nigeria. Many segments of the population are under this menace resulting in avoidable deaths. 


Her family had a fire accident that led to the loss of 3 children amidst 4 children.  The only surviving child is her 5 year old boy, Testimony Julius, who hid inside the fridge while the fire engulfed his younger siblings helplessly.

The parents were financially incapable to commence treatment for the children who were victims of fire accident so Health Emergency Initiative (HEI) stepped in to help fight for the children’s lives but it was only Testimony that managed to escape death as a result of the fire accident.


Meet Saviour’s Mother

Saviour’s mother would have lost her child, Saviour but for the intervention of Health Emergency Initiative(HEI).

With little or no financial support from family, HEI emerged to provide financial support needed to save Saviour’s life after 3 months coma.

The mother who feared that she would lose her son is grateful to Health Emergency Initiative for helping in the fight to keep her son alive.


HEI is unique because our processes are transparent and our programs are credible. This has earned us the trust of individuals  and corporate organizations who have supported HEI’s lifesaving programs as we forge ahead to saving more lives and their beautiful dreams.


Road traffic accident has been identified by WHO as the highest killer of young people and 65% of Nigeria’s population is made up of youth. In the quest of fulfilling the HEI Mission THAT NONE SHOULD DIE Health Emergency Initiative(HEI) provides pre-hospital care to road traffic emergency victims.

We collaborate with FRSC officials and other emergency agencies  to save more lives by swiftly providing financial assistance to road traffic accidents victims. 


OUR advocacy programs seek to:

First Responders Training

To address the public apathy in pre-hospital emergency care and stimulate public interest, Health Emergency Initiative proposes a First Responders (FRs) Scheme to create a community/network of volunteers trained to attend to certain kinds of emergencies and provide the right care at the right time with the right skills.

The first response is the immediate treatment or care given to someone suffering from an injury or illness until more advanced care is accessed or they recover. The provision of prompt and appropriate first aid or Cardiac Pulmonary Resuscitation can reduce the severity of an injury or illness; and in extreme cases, could mean the difference between life and death.