The TY Danjuma Foundation has inaugurated the Goodwill Medical Centre (GMC) in Enugu State, a state-of-the-art facility that will provide quality and affordable healthcare for low-income and underprivileged families in the state.

Front View of the GMC

The GMC, located at Umuchigbo, Iji Nike in Abapka Nike Community in Enugu East Local Government Area, is initiated by Professor Uche Amazigo, a renowned health expert and fully funded by the TY Danjuma Foundation, a private independent philanthropic organisation committed to improving the quality of life of Nigerians.

The centre, which is staffed by seven consultant experts and professors, offers a range of services, including maternal and child health, general primary healthcare, laboratory, eye health, communicable disease prevention and treatment, general surgical, and accident and emergency services.

A Row of Beds in a Ward

An Ambulance Parked in the Building

The GMC is one of the many pro-poor projects funded by the TY Danjuma Foundation, which has spent $42.5 million between 2009 and 2023 on life-changing projects implemented by 150 grantees across Nigeria’s 36 states and the Federal Capital Territory.

The Foundation has also supported initiatives that prevent blindness, improve maternal and child health, curb the spread of neglected tropical diseases, and provide free medical missions across Nigeria. And the GMC is expected to make a significant impact on the health and well-being of the people of Enugu state, especially those who are poor and vulnerable.

The GMC is a symbol of hope and a source of quality and affordable healthcare for the people of Enugu state, and a testament to the TY Danjuma Foundation’s dedication to making a positive difference in the quality of healthcare accessible to Nigerians.