The Uzuh's mantra is “putting money back directly into communities”
and the agency and Foundation are natural outgrowths of their experiences
working, one, as a home health aid in Austin, TX and the other's desire
to match a doctorate in economics with what was really going on in certain
populations in Texas.
Sunday “Sunny” Uzuh, frustrated with the impersonal nature
of economic analysis and how it abstracts the state of healthcare for
the poor, particularly the personal experience of those inflicted with
HIV and other maladies in Austin and Africa, inaugurated, with the help
of his wife and partner, Rosy Uzuh, the Rosy Health Care Foundation as
a way to bridge American resources with Third World deprivation in Africa.
The two organize prevention programs and health fairs to aid uninsured
people in Austin, an effort they are replicating in Nigeria, with the
construction of a full-fledged emergency care facility.