Watch Africa Rise Virtual Healthcare Benefit Concert Today Feb. 13

Legendary Hip-Hop artist Doug E. Fresh will be one of the artists performing in today's Africa Rise benefit concert.

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Legendary Hip-Hop artist Doug E. Fresh will be one of the artists performing in today’s Africa Rise benefit concert.

The following message was released by the Coalition For Africa Healthcare regarding their Feb 13th Virtual Benefit Concert which starts at 9:45PM (Central Africa Time) on BET Africa Channel 129, and streaming on on at 6:00 PM EST.

Please join us and support, the Coalition For Africa Healthcare at our Virtual Concert on Saturday, February 13th, 2021 for an exciting evening of great music from iconic African artists and new and upcoming artists, ready for the world stage.

Artists who will be performing include: Master KG, Doug E Fresh, Julian Marley, Ricky Kej, Makhadzi, Shadow Boxer, Menace Da General, DJ Pruluv, Saifond Balde, Tolumide, Ganda Boys, Mak Mudday, Daphne, Zanda, Nomcebo, Swadu, Nailah Blackman, Oumou Sangare, Chloe & Maude and Angelo and Veronica.

However, not to be forgotten, our goal is to raise funds to purchase Mobile Clinics that will be placed in the more remote underserved rural communities throughout Africa and to up-grade those District Health Centers which are desperately in need of repair. The causes is timely, and relevant as Africa grapples with COVID-19.

The Coalition For Africa Healthcare (CAH), consists of Earth Rights Institute, Inc., The United African Congress, Give Them A Hand Foundation, Black Star News, and The International Association of Applied Psychology, which has been working collectively to promote the development of Africa.

The Cause is intended to bring doctors and health services closer to the rural communities to enhance access to health care. With just a keystroke, and cutting-edge medical technology, our rural nurses and midwives in mobile clinics and health centers will connect to the doctors in the major city of their region. Unfortunately, in Sub-Saharan Africa 1 in 13 children die before reaching their fifth birthday. Maternal deaths are amongst the highest in the world. Mobile clinics will help to address the situation.

Your participation and/or financial support will help us to meet our Fundraising Goal and will help us to make a positive difference in health care for persons in these rural communities.

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