AdjiK Hope for Kidney is a 501 (C) (3) Non-profit Governmental Organization founded in June 2011 by Paule Carolle Adji to raise funds, educate and treat kidney disease patients, prevent the disease and build a modern dialysis center in Côte d’Ivoire (West Africa). AdjiK Hope for Kidney is named after her late father Adji Koue Paul who died from Critical Kidney Disease in March 2011 in Côte d’Ivoire Africa.
Adjik Hope for Kidney will provide a high quality treatment of Kidney Disease in Africa by delivering dialysis services and education to our patients and families living with Critical Kidney Disease.
Develop, improve the treatment, and prioritize health care services of each person living with Critical Kidney Disease in Africa is what AdjiK Hope for Kidney stands for.
Critical Kidney Disease (CKD) represents the second leading cause of death in the nephrology unit Côte d’Ivoire in particular and Africa in general. The exact prevalence of chronic kidney failure disease is not known. However About 92% of the patients die due to the lack of means for appropriate caring, medical supplies and equipment. Adjik Hope for Kidney factors in causes of Critical Kidney Disease in order to elaborate the strategies for its prevention and treatment.