Health-Point Foundation

is a grassroots, NGO, non-profit, volunteer run relief organisation

which was set up for the provision of medical, dental and educational services to displaced individuals regardless of religion, race and nationality. The vision of HPF is to fulfil the needs of those who have fled war and poverty, whilst maintaining the dignity of these individuals. Project team members always treat their patients as fellow equals. HPF aims to go, where the needs are.

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100% of your donations go to support the current dental and educational projects and we’re transparent about it.

IN 84 DAYS WE AIDED

1351

Adults

401

Children

Ranging from ages 9 months-72 years

575

Temporary fillings

666

Extractions

139

Nerve Treatment

105

Periodontal

143

Prescription of pain killers

43

Incising and draining

$45K

Funds Raised in 2016.

EDUCATION is the ultimate empowerment tool for children and their families, HPF creates spaces to teach dental care and oral health to kids. We help children learn the healthy practices that bring a bright smile.

IN 11 DAYS WE EDUCATED

286

Children

Ranging from ages 5 years - 18 years

Current Project

Dental-Point Project

Currently our mission is for the Dental-Point Project to deliver a much needed service to the refugee families. HPF has set up a dental unit, and the first of its kind for the camps across Northern Greece to provide refugees access to dental emergency care.

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Education-Point Project

Dr. Maniza Malook is leading the Education- Point Project. Through this project, Dr. Malook wants to encourage junior doctors and medical students to gain valuable experience within the field of medical relief work.

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Dental-Point Project

Dr. Ola Hassan is the dental lead for all of our Dental-Point Projects

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info@healthpointfoundation.org

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Health-Point Foundation is a 501 (c)(3) non-profit organisation EIN: 81-3436231