By Patrick Ochei
Omiwa Foundation and the medical train of Anioma Medical Professionals Forum (AMPF), will be moving to Ugboba community, a hinterland of Aniocha North local government area of Delta state, this weekend, Saturday 18th and Sunday 19th September, 2021, for exclusive medical outreach.
This information is coming from a press statement jointly released within the week by the President of Anioma Medical Professionals Forum, Dr. Alexander Awunor and Project Coordinator of OMIWA Foundation, Mr. Tohan Okenyi to sensitize the people of the community with regards to the coming programme.
Ugboba Community is expected to benefit enormously in this exclusively packaged free medical mission to the community. The following are services programmed to take place within the 2-day outreach: Consultation and Counselling, Laboratory Tests (Blood Sugar, Hepatitis B), Drug Distribution, Eye Screening and Dispensing of Lenses, Health Talk on Nutrition and Disease Conditions, including observing all Covid-19 protocols and many more.
In the past few years, Anioma Medical Professionals Forum has been noted for its humanitarian services to various local communities in the aspect of giving free health needs to the people.
However, since partnering with OMIWA Foundation, the frequency and consistency of this medical outreaches had increased to the benefit of so many. In particular, most communities in Aniocha North in the past one year had benefitted, even as the NGOs are committed to covering the entire local government area before moving to other communities of Anioma.
It is also interesting to note that majority of these beneficiaries have been testifying to the efficacy of the services of OMIWA Foundation and AMPF, especially in the areas of disease treatment and minor surgeries performed.