The Dillon Henry Clinic in Africa is serving the needs of 30,000 victims of violence. Here is the final report from International Medical Corp. Click here to download the report in PDF format.
The Dillon Henry Foundation and JWW finishes the Dillon Henry Medical Clinic servicing 43,000 victims of genocide near Darfur. See more photos here.
Jewish World Watch has recently provided us with the interim Report on the progress of the Dillon Henry Clinic that is being constructed in Central Africa Republic. The village of Ouadda Djalle, in the Vakaga Province is receiving these funds as part of The Dillon Henry Foundation’s mission to improve the standard of living for all of the world’s citizens. We are very excited about the progress so far and will keep you updated with news as we receive it. You may read the full report by following this link.
The clinic in Darfur is underway and we have a few new photos posted in the photo gallery of the progress. Click here to see the clinic that is being renovated for use by the many thousands of dispaced people. The anticipated completion date is April and the new clinic will be named to honor Dillon Henry.
The Dillon Henry Community Clinic is under way in Darfur. We hope to complete it in approximately six months at a total cost of $100,000.