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A Vision For Wellness in Africa

We seek to provide opportunities and resources for African doctors to serve at all levels of healthcare. We aim to create sustainable and scalable healthcare networks by building on the strengths of our physicians and their communities. Our approach will be driven by Christ-centered evidence-based models that are focused on improving the communities and long-term health of Nigeria and beyond.


Building Networks of Health

Our goal is to create health systems that provide primary care as well as access to safe and affordable surgical care. To do that, we must begin at the local level.


Create multiple primary care clinics that will be operated by African doctors.


Develop an information management system to collect and collate medical data.


Establish a sustainable healthcare financing model.


Develop a high-functioning outpatient surgical center.


Develop ancillary services to support the work of our primary care clinics and surgical center.


Duplicate the model in other underserved African communities.


A Strategy for Substantial Outcomes

We will focus on local physicians, investing our resources to equip and empower those best positioned to serve the community. We will do this through an ownership structure that radically affects the overall prosperity and health of the people and communities we serve.


Founded by the brother and sister duo, Dr. Samkon Gado & Ruth Gado Coleman, the Jonah Inheritance is a Christian non-profit organization providing high-quality medical care to Africa’s most vulnerable populations. As a Christ-centered community health development organization, we believe The Gospel compels us to restore well-being and build thriving communities in measurable ways. As Nigerians, this mission is personal. We long to see our land whole.