Calabar Women and Children's Hospital

A 36-bed first class women and children hospital established to provide high quality treatments for women and children to reduce infant and maternal mortality rates in Nigeria.

Free Educational and Clinical Medical Missions

Medical intervention treatments for common childhood diseases in conjunction with specialist foreign and local medical personnel.

Well Baby and Well Woman Clinic

Free medical screening and checkups for children under the age of 5. Free access to medical checkups and useful tips on healthy living for less privileged women.


Run For A Cure

Cancer is a leading cause of death worldwide, accounting for 7.6 million deaths in 2008. Yet, about 80% of deaths from cancer can be prevented with early detection and treatment.

Since its inception in March 2009, over 8,000 men, women and children have participated in CS-DON's Run For A Cure cancer awareness campaigns. To date, we have donated mammography machines to Lagos University Teaching Hospital and the Calabar Women and Children’s Hospital, donated thousands of dollars towards cancer research, supported the treatment of 20 children with cancer, and provided cervical cancer screening for over 3500 women.

Quilt For Love

Quilt for love blankets are produced by children and donated to children with cancer in hospitals. It teaches children to be responsible, considerate and care for others whilst encouraging sick children by showing them the support group they have beyond the confines of their hospital rooms.

Adopt a Child

Families are sometimes unable to afford the medication, feeding and healthcare costs of children affected with cancer. The program encourages individuals to help with the treatment and support of children affected by cancer.


Spina Bifida

Spina Bifida is an incurable and often lethal, malformation of the spine and central nervous system. It mostly affects children do to a deficiency of folic acid during pregnancy, yet is easily prevented through adequate consumption of folic acid before pregnancy.

We work with other stakeholders to increase awareness of Spina Bifida and encourage food production corporations and government to take a more active role in the search for solutions.