Bringing Hope and Healing to Nigeria, Africa

Ten years ago it seemed impossible – but the progress on the Revitalization of Egbe Hospital has simply been miraculous. Many partners like you have helped make the vision possible.

Today, the hospital has been completely remodeled with new wards, surgical and medical equipment, a dental clinic, an eye center, a new tower providing phone and internet access, new power generators, and a dependable water supply.

God is on the move and phase 2 of the vision is moving forward with the goal of training nurses for service throughout West Africa by revitalizing the ECWA Schools of Nursing and Midwifery.

We would like to invite you to partner with us – bringing medical excellence, compassionate care, and “Hope and Healing to thousands”.

Let’s change lives together, as we enable children to survive, bring joy to those that have lost hope, and enable our staff to share the Gospel.

Making a lasting impact together,

Don Campion
Don Campion
Revitalization Project Leader

The Vision…
Our Mission

In many places in Africa, a child who has malaria, dysentery, or appendicitis, may face death if there is no medical care for over 100 miles of treacherous roads. The vision for Egbe Hospital is to change that forever.

The Vision

“To bring medical excellence, compassionate care and ‘Hope and Healing’ to thousands in rural Africa.”

Our Mission

“To be known as a self-sustaining Christian hospital known for integrity, compassionate medical care, and excellence in training by exceptional staff.”

The Vision

“To bring medical excellence, compassionate care and ‘Hope and Healing’ to thousands in rural Africa.”

Our Mission

“To be known as a self-sustaining Christian hospital known for integrity, compassionate medical care, and excellence in training by exceptional staff.”

The Vision is
Enormous and the
Progress is Exciting…

The hospital has been completely remodeled with new medical equipment, a new tower providing phone and internet access, new power generators, and a dependable water supply. There are now 5 missionaries living in Egbe and more are on the way. There are also new homes for visitors and staff.