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    The iHope, Healthcare Outreach Program

     
    The International Health Outreach Program for Equality (TheiHOPE) is a non-profit organization that will provide hope to many less fortunate societies around the world through servant leadership, health promotion projects, bridging the gaps in health disparities, and collaborative partnership with various organizations. We have the 5O1(c)(3) status, which means we are eligible for American Tax Credit Exemption. One hundred percent of our funds are used directly to our health programs and projects.

    Vision:

    “We are an advocate of everyone’s right to access basic healthcare regardless of his or her race, background, social status, and origin. Our ultimate vision is to eliminate health disparities in the global community; we firmly believe that we are all entitled to basic healthcare.”

    Mission:

    To be a full-time servant of God.
    To incorporate faith-based principles with collaborative, holistic, and altruistic approaches in influencing healthcare policies to ensure easy access to basic healthcare.
    To be a world-class leader by reaching out around the globe to face the challenges of the ever-changing healthcare system.
    To devote ourselves in serving our family and the community we live in with compassion, highest respect, and truthfulness.
    To render care to people without expecting anything in return.
    To maintain social justice through health advocacy and practicing servant leadership.

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