Several years in a row, Assist Africa's volunteer team (Team Togo) has journeyed to different villages in Togo, West Africa to run field medical clinics free of charge. Thousands of patients have been treated by our volunteer medical professionals with donated supplies. Partnered with the University of Washington, Bothell Nursing Programs, Save our Future (SAFU), and supplied by Project C.U.R.E, we are able to work together to bring necessary healthcare support to underdeveloped regions.
Our field clinics address a variety of conditions ranging from malaria, blood pressure issues, diabetes management, and women’s health complaints to more severe complaints such as dislocations, hernias, and open wounds. Only through the help of our volunteers and donations to the foundation are we able to run the clinics and provide life-changing care.