Health Yetu Foundation promotes the physical and mental health of fragile communities in remote areas. The foundation funds medical expeditions in remote areas collaborating with existing organizations. Adding our support to the outreach programs, the foundation scales up effectiveness and productivity of our partner organizations. The board is actively involved and values cooperation and the exchange of knowledge.
Health Yetu Foundation supports existing organizations in remote areas and provides funding for medical equipment, medical training, medication and hospital referrals. The board is actively involved in the activities that are supported and, in addition to financial support, emphasizes participation. The board itself wishes to make an active contribution to the projects and/or organizations that are supported. Third parties are activated to participate through donations and deployment of expertise. The financial resources come from private capital, funds will also be raised and the board will appeal to the voluntary commitment of their network. The board members see collaboration with enterprising, professional charities and other social parties as an important part of achieving the objective.
Income is generated from donations and fundraising. Various forms of fundraising are used to generate income. The board wishes to actively involve third parties as donors.
The foundation is non-profit and therefore does not hold more capital than is reasonably necessary for the continuity of the activities for the purpose. The members of the board are entitled to reimbursement of the expenses incurred by them while performing their duties. No salary can be awarded to the members of the board. The foundation has no additional fixed costs.