The VCHI is primarily addressing the Primary Health Care (PHC) needs of the rural people in Zugurma/Mashegu LGA of Niger State, Nigeria. This is because primary health care accounts for up to 80% of the health care needs of the rural people. By focusing, on (PHC), this project is addressing the major Health Care priorities of the rural people. The VCHI recognizes that the cost of and burden of the emerging health challenges in a developing country like Nigeria have far outweighed the health budget of the primary duty bearers i.e. government. In the present circumstances, the group who are least protected and who suffer most are the poor who mostly reside in the rural areas. They lack access to affordable quality health care and at the same time, they face the unfavourable choices of unsanitary living conditions, poor nutrition, and lack of preventive health services. The projects primary beneficiaries are men, women, children and families in the remote rural villages of Zugurma/Mashegu LGA. The main services include: a) The Mobile Health Care/Clinic Services ? This is aimed at taking quality health care and clinical services directly to the doorsteps of rural people. In this way, the barrier of long distances and costs preventing the rural people from accessing health care services is eliminated. The mobile Health team visits the remote villages on rotational basis to deliver affordable quality Medicare to the rural people including medical consultations. The School Health Outreach/Services: This involves the visitation of primary schools in the various villages for Health education of school children and to Immunize them against the major killer diseases. . Most of the low-income and marginalized populations reside in the remote rural villages. By focusing solely on their health care priorities, this project is helping to improve health for all.