What we do


Mission & Values

Our mission is to advocate the universal right to health and promote the values of international solidarity, justice and peace.

Diabetic care

In cooperation with a Dutch research group, we want to map the first steps to put a finger on Peripheral Diabetic Neuropathic Pain in The Gambia.

Medication and treatments

The Medics for Humanity Health Center, previous Kafuta Health Center,  will start in March 2021 in close cooperation of The Edward Francis Small Teaching Hospital in Banjul, a revolutionary new treatment for type 1 diabetes.


We will work with individuals, organizations, the government and stakeholders to make dialysis readily available, accessible and affordable to all patients in The Gambia.

We try giving people optimal diabetic care

In some countries, quality care is inaccessible or unaffordable. Continuous accessibility to medicines is still a major problem in many less-resourced areas, especially in low- and middle-income countries.

4 million

people die each year globally as a consequence of diabetes.

1.2 million

people in The Gambia need proper access to medicines.


available dialysis machines in 1 hospital for a population of 1.2 million people in The Gambia, we need urgently more.

You can help us improve their situation by donating.


We need your help!

We pride ourselves on the fact that we, until today, financed everything in private. Our funding structure is now set up completely and we hope that we may rely on lots of donations around the world. In the end, our donors will fuel MFH’s work.