There have been a number of projects under this subject, but there is nothing current at the moment.
Two main projects have been supported by Coventry diocese as follows:
Initially, the first clinic was a Kateri, in which Coventry Diocese in conjunction with other organisations mainly in the USA established the clinic at the side of the main Kaduna to Abuja road. Although no longer sponsored by Coventry it is now fully operational details can be seen on the Kaduna diocese website Kateri clinic. This is now fully supported by Trinity Episcopal Church
You can find out about Kateri clinic at their website: http://www.katericlinic.org/
Yelwa Danwata is a village south East of Zaria has been identified as the next one for the clinic. It was this village that St. Martins Coventry and St Margaret's Whitnash Leamington Spa sponsored the first water well.
Christine Cooke from Southam, visited the village in September 2006 with Comfort Fearon, and ran the first clinic. funds were left so that the volunteer nurses from Zaria could dispense drugs at the clinic on a fortnightly basis. sufficient funds made available to run the clinic for 6 months. Following re-organisation this village is now in the Zaria diocese and no longer Kaduna diocese.
In 2009 Ann and Jim Saxton looked at another possible site for a clinic, but this has not materised, also they attended the Medical Coordination Committee meeting chaired by +Josiah. there where several subjects raised including mobile clinic, which perhaps at some stage Coventry might be involved in.
However, the Blog from +Josiah outlines a number of initiatives he put forward at the 2014 Synod see: http://anglicandioceseofkaduna.org/blog/synod-address-2014-3rd-session-of-the-nineteenth-synod/