The provision of good and reliable healthcare is a vital component of a society’s growth. Due to the high importance of good health care, it’s become extremely expensive to attain. This has extensively affected marginalized societies due to inequitable distribution of the constrained health resources. The primary health care systems formulated by governments are inadequate and scarce hence insufficient. There are various organizations that have come up with programs to bridge these gap created by governments in provision of primary health care. Since the minority individuals are underrepresented, the programs created have focused on uplifting their health and living conditions. The institutions have enabled disadvantaged individuals to acquire training, mentoring, counseling and financial aid required to overcome the daily challenges.