CAPACITYBAY HEALTH INITIATIVE.

A collective action plan to improve health in accordance with the humanitarian principles in the delivery of health care in rural Nigerian communities

CapacityBay Health Initiative (CBHI) is a not-for-profit healthcare and humanitarian relief agency which focuses on and specializes in medical and emergency relief services in rural communities. CBHI was founded in late 2017 in Nigeria as a healthcare and humanitarian division of CapacityBay Inc based in the United States.

As a healthcare and humanitarian relief agency, CBHI offers primary and community health care support to vulnerable and underprivileged individuals and families in rural communities in Nigeria, using a variety of means and approaches.

CBHI was birthed from the realization that most vulnerable and underprivileged individuals, families and communities throughout Nigeria (a nation of about 200 million people) lack access to basic health care due to several factors which include but not limited to financial constraints and poor healthcare system resources.

Our Vision

The vision of CBHI is to provide intervention strategies, and support to the administration of preventive health care services in Nigeria’s underprivileged and rural communities, allowing vulnerable and poor individuals and families to achieve access to healthcare services.  To attain this, CBHI is taking leadership and resource mobilization role in addressing the social and economic determinants to health care as they impact individuals, families and communities.

What We Do

Helping poor and rural people in Nigeria understand and take control of their health through comprehensive health coverage for all age groups in rural communities.

The vision of CBHI is to provide intervention strategies, and support to the administration of preventive health care services in Nigeria’s underprivileged and rural communities, allowing vulnerable and poor individuals and families to achieve access to healthcare services. To attain this, CBHI is taking leadership and resource mobilization role in addressing the social and economic determinants to health care as they impact individuals, families and communities.

Volunteers, especially Nigerian medical and allied health professionals at home and abroad, can plan and take time off to volunteer service to poor and rural communities, working with local people from the inner cities and rural areas of Nigeria. Alongside other volunteers, a volunteer support patient seeking health care in communities, in local clinics and in local hospitals. This unique and caring program is open to Nigerians and non-Nigerians…


In today’s communication-rich environment including rural and poor communities in Nigeria, individuals and families look to many places for information about their health and safety. Nevertheless, most of the available health and safety information out there is too technical, too complex, and visibly too elusive about recommended actions for poor and rural communities in Nigeria…

Support our vision

By donating to CBHI, you have not only helped in saving a life of an individual or family, you are also helping to change and improve a community.

If you think you have the heart, love and the passion to make a difference in the lives of individuals and families facing medical and related healthcare challenges in Nigeria, a nation of about 200 million people in sub-Sahara Africa, then click on the link below:

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