Working towards creating a Healthier, more Prosperous and Sustainable Society.

Site Construction

In 2020, our mission was significantly boosted by the Ambassador’s Special Self-Help (ASSH) Small Grants Program, which provided us with a grant to construct our health centre. This was a significant turning point for our organisation as it gave us a permanent base of operations, reduced our operational costs significantly, and enabled us to provide better healthcare services to the community. The health centre was designed to meet the community’s specific needs with modern facilities and equipment thanks to the generous contributions of various individuals such as Alhaji Ibrahim Siddiq – the land donor, Dr Bala M. Bello – the executive director of corporate services of NEXIM bank; and several other individuals and organisations. We’re committed to leveraging this facility to serve our community and provide better healthcare.


Looking to make healthcare accessible and affordable to remote rural areas, Dechi Health Trust Fund has developed a revolutionary digital platform called E-Likita. E-Likita was explicitly created to aid medical professionals working in outlying clinics, particularly in low- and middle-income nations. It offers helpful and accessible tools to help in approaching patients, taking a thorough medical history, and performing pertinent examinations and tests to make an accurate diagnosis. The development of this innovative platform has been made possible through a grant from Grand Challenges Canada (GCC), and we are honoured to be supported by their invaluable assistance in our mission. At Dechi Health Trust Fund, we believe in the power of technology to bridge the gap between patients and providers and to deliver high-quality care to underserved populations. We are proud to be at the forefront of innovation in healthcare delivery, striving to make a difference in the world, one patient at a time.


THRIVE is an arm of Dechi Health Trust founded by Dr Habiba Aminu in 2022, a trained nurse and midwife with research experience in improving healthcare access and outcomes for everyone. Habiba is also passionate about preventing modern slavery especially among young girls and women and has been involved in various research relating to this field. Young women and girls are among the most vulnerable population in Nigeria, increasing their risk of being exploited into becoming victims of modern slavery. In addition to insufficient Government policy and Law enforcement of human rights, poverty and lack of self-reliance is a key driver to young women and girls being exploited.

The Women’s Support Group

Poverty is one of the significant barriers women in the community face in accessing healthcare services.  The Women Support Group project focuses on giving women in the community access to health education and services, aims to empower them financially and provides a safe space for them to share their experiences and seek advice and support from one another.By providing women with the tools and resources they need to become economically independent, the Women Support Group is helping to break down these barriers and ensure women have access to the healthcare services they need. This, in turn, can lead to better health outcomes for women and their families. 


Since 2018, we have been providing easily accessible and quality healthcare services to the people of Mambilla Plateau, Taraba State, with a clear mission to address the extreme lack of healthcare access in one of the most remote areas of Nigeria.

Get Involved

How do you get involved?

  • Donate
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  • Partner with us
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Thank you for choosing the Dechi Health Trust Fund as your premium healthcare provider. Together, we can make a difference!