The Pan-Africa Heart Foundation is a non-profit making non-governmental charitable organisation registered in the UK and Kenya.
The aims of the organisation are targeted at both primary prevention and specialised treatment of cardiovascular disease.
To reverse Africa's 'brain drain' by providing a sustained educational program to assist in the training of medical, nursing and allied staff to internationally recognised standards in collaboration with national and regional bodies
To raise public awareness of rheumatic heart disease through an educational program undertaken with local partners thereby reducing the existing burden
To raise public awareness of the forecast increase in coronary artery disease in sub-Saharan Africa
To establish long-term resource commitments from philanthropic bodies to support the aims and objectives of the Commission for Africa
To increase the provision of free or subsidised medical and surgical treatment for people with cardiovascular disease in Africa on an equitable basis
Subsidising heart surgery in sub-Saharan Africa