Founded in 1887, the Foundation shall be a Christian institution for :

1.

The care, treatment and comfort (whether physically, psychologically or spiritually) of those who are weak, sick or aged or are in need of assistance;

2.

The promotion and the education of the community in the awareness of health care and prevention of diseases;

3.

The training of doctors, nurses, midwives and other allied health staff; and

4.

The promotion and the demonstration of the Christian belief in the wholeness of man, his body and spirit in the service of people in need.