Pro Bono Clinic Services & Supply Procurement
Kusudi International provides rehabilitative, such as physical therapy (PT), occupational therapy (OT), and speech therapy (ST) services along with medical assistance such as surgical consults, nurse triage and assessment, and psychiatry. Targeted locations include developing countries in the Caribbean: Dominican Republic, Trinidad, Haiti, Guatemala, and Ecuador. Other abroad areas of interest include orphanages in Ghana, South Africa, Romania, Czech Republic and China. Locally we will work in New York City or within the United States to provide aid to individuals who reside in state-subsidized housing, in addition to children and adults of lower economic status lacking resources for adequate health and wellness.
The organization will provide pro bono clinic structure, treatment, and education to facilities and/or populations in direct need of service. We will also serve as a conduit to supply equipment, supplies, and clothing to those living in impoverished countries or communities.
We provide education by giving free lectures and slideshows related to health and wellness in addition to all aspects of rehabilitation, and injury prevention in schools, hospitals, libraries, and other public venues as well as utilizing social media channels and the corporation’s website to provide facts, statistics, and other related data on causes, current efforts and means to assist with relief for acute, chronic and often preventable disability.
Our programs include sending out ambassadors to raise social consciousness about the cause on a local and global level, and to hold fundraising events to provide immediate relief and assistance to those suffering from chronic illness, disability, functional limitations and injury regardless of their race, ethnicity, or religion.
Kusudi International will conduct research utilizing international and federal grant funds, to study and problem-solve to bring high-quality, cost-efficient rehabilitative services, hours of education to empower caregivers, children and adults for health and wellness, and lectures to improve quality of life for those living in high-risk communities (including disease, violence and poverty) to impoverished communities in a sustainable manner.
Research development is significant to our organization because of the gap in evidence describing best practices in children with chronic and profound disabilities. Once established and with institutional (IRB: Institutional review board) guidance we aim to help fill this void to better provide adequate rehabilitation and overall treatment to individuals with a disability in developing countries.
To maximize our impact on current efforts, we may seek to collaborate with other non-profit organizations that fall under the 501(c) (3) section of the internal revenue code and are operated exclusively for educational and charitable purposes.
At times, per the discretion of the board of directors, we may provide internships or volunteer opportunities that shall provide opportunities for involvement in said activities and programs to have a greater impact on change.