Over the last decade we have worked on a long term sustainable development plan. We have built and established “Yonibana Sai Hospital”, a Primary Health Care Clinic with a Day Case Surgical Unit. We have implemented a Preventative Health Education Program, aiming to prevent and reduce the 5 most common diagnosis in the Tonkolilli District.
Our education program has students ranging from Secondary School through to University. The vocations undertaken by them range from Doctors, Nurses, Health Workers, Social Workers, I.T. to Carpentry, Plumbing, Accounting, Teachers, and Agriculturalists and many others.
Our agriculture project has just started with the planting of pineapples, aloe vera, coconuts, cashew nuts and much more within our 25 acre site at the Yonibana Sai Hospital. There are plans to expand the project in association with local land owners to teach them to become independent and self sufficient. This will make the whole community more sustainable in the coming years.
“If you give a man a fish, then you’ll provide him food for one day. But if you teach him how to fish, he will become independent and will provide for his family daily.”