What We Do

We strive to accomplish our goals through an emphasis on primary health care and disease prevention, the promotion of health policy, health research and increased access to health care education for the people of the Congo.

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On Wednesday, April 3, 2019 Dikembe Mutombo welcomed President Felix Tshisekedi the newly elected President of the Democratic Republic of the Congo to the Georgetown University campus. President Tshisekedi arrived in Washington, D.C. on his first trip to the United States since being sworn in as the DR Congo’s President in late January.

Mutombo welcomed President Tshisekedi to his beloved alma mater along with official greetings from the President of Georgetown University, Dr. John DeGioia, the U.S. Ambassador to the DRC, Mike Hammer (SFS’85), the Ambassador from the DRC, Francois Balumuene and Coach Patrick Ewing.

Dikembe accompanied President Tshisekedi on a tour of the university along with Mutombo’s wife Rose and daughter Carrie Mutombo (’19).

Our Commitment

The Dikembe Mutombo Foundation is dedicated to improving the health, education and quality of life for the people of the Democratic Republic of the Congo. We are committed to providing high quality health care to people regardless of their economic conditions.
About DMF

DMF: Making A Lasting Impact

DMF Partnerships

Gift of Hearing

In 2010, the Starkey Hearing Foundation made a commitment to provide 1 million free hearing aids this decade.

Gift of Sight

SEE International provides sustainable medical, surgical, and educational services through volunteer ophthalmic surgeons…

Gift of Mobility

WOGO provides free life-altering orthopaedic surgery that eliminates debilitating arthritis and restores disabled joints

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