About us

Founded in 2010, The Euphoria Project, Inc. is a non-profit organization with the objective to reduce the child mortality rates by improving health conditions.

We aim to increase access to health services by providing basic preventive health education to communities in need. The Euphoria Project, Inc. coordinates a set of activities identified as priorities for the health of women and children and promotes collaboration with local communities and serves as a catalyst with a focus on thematic areas including child survival, research & evaluation and advocacy. We partner with community health clinics in remote villages or oversaturated areas where health access is limited. We don’t just want children to live but we want them to thrive and with a health start, children can grow up to reach their fullest potential. We focus on the health of children so mothers can focus on their happiness.

Our goal is to also ensure mothers can be provided with the tools to raise children to be productive adults and serve their communities. The Organization’s area of focus is in developing countries, the first is Sierra Leone, West Africa.


To improve child health and reduce the child mortality rates in underserved communities by fostering healthy lifestyles through preventive measures and education. We strive to reduce the needless suffering of children from childhood illnesses which are easily preventable.


All infants, children and mothers in the underserved communities will receive every essential resource to ensure healthy outcomes and live happy lives.

Principles and Core Values

  • Service oriented
  • Integrity
  • Commitment
  • Efficiency
  • Continuous Learning


Since the birth of the Organization in 2010, we have help countless number of women to raise healthy and happy children. We have played a pivotal role in early intervention steps for babies who were critically ill suffering from ailments such as malnutrition, delayed development, diarrhea and malaria. We have provided mothers with successful tools to care for their babies reducing the number of emergencies faced by the community clinic.

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