Adopt a Patient
“No one has ever become poor by giving.” Anne Frank
And N/a’an ku sê’s Lifeline Clinic lends true meaning to these immortal words.
- 5,060km driven monthly in emergency transfers and outreach sessions.
- 4,500 predominantly San patients treated free of charge annually.
- 120 meals served per feeding session.
- 30-40 children treated for malnutrition each month.
- 10 TB patients supported monthly.
- 10 newborn babies provided for each month.
- 4 outreach sessions performed monthly.
- N$1.3 million spent annually in giving as much as we can.
And by sponsoring just 1 clinic patient for N$3,000.00 per year, you’d be giving more than you’ll ever know.Adopt a Patient Now!
Frikky is a 25 year old guy who was shot with a sling shot to the eye and chest.
His eye popped out and had to be admitted to the hospital in Gobabis. He gets frequent eye infections and is in dire need of a prosthetic eye.
Sarah is schizophenic married mother of 2 who needs urgent psychiatric help.
We have been supporting her recovery but she clearly needs professional help.
Martha is one of our TB patients who are receiving treatment at our clinic.
Providing TB medication is one of the main services offered at our clinic. This is crucial to the survival for many San people one of the most affected people in Namibia
Our Outreach and Feeding Services
We need your help!
The San Children face extreme malnutrition due to poverty.
Naankuse is on the frontline, providing more than 4500 San with critical food.
We stand ready to feed as many as 10 000 people but we can’t do this work without the generous support of people like you.
Naankuse relies entirely on voluntary contributions, so every donation counts. 100% of donations we receive go directly to assist the people most in need. Your donation will be immediately put to work saving lives.
Getting food to the San is essential.–100 USD – Covers a months food packet for a family
–200 USD – Covers cost for treatment of one patient
–500 USD – Covers cost of hospital admittance for a patient.