EACH ONE AID ONE FOUNDATION IN PARTNERSHIP WITH RAHI MEDICAL OUTREACH FLAGS OFF FREE MEDICAL OUTREACH IN ARO AMANO, ABIA STATE
Engr. Nwafor presenting Insecticide treated Mosquito nets to an aged woman

EACH ONE AID ONE FOUNDATION IN PARTNERSHIP WITH RAHI MEDICAL OUTREACH FLAGS OFF FREE MEDICAL OUTREACH IN ARO AMANO, ABIA STATE

The weeklong free medical mission in Abia State, a collaborative initiative of RAHI Medical Outreach and Each One Aid One Foundation has been flagged off in grand style with a lot of residents availing themselves the opportunity of addressing their health challenges.

Arrival of Each One Aid One Foundation at Aro Amano Primary School.
Arrival of Each One Aid One Foundation at Aro Amano Primary School

The flag-off ceremony which took place at Aro Amano primary School, Aro Amano, Osisioma Ngwa North Local Government Area of Abia State was performed by both Dr Chris Ekiyor, Founder RAHI Medical Outreach and Engr. Enyinnaya Nwafor, founder, Each One Aid One Foundation, .

Engr. Enyinnaya Nwafor, Founder Each One Aid One Foundation and Dr Chris Ekiyor at the outreach venue
Dr Chris Ekiyor of RAHI Medical Outreach taking Engr Enyinnaya Nwafor on a guided tour of the various units at the outreach

Dr Chris Ekiyor while taking Engr Nwafor on a guided tour of the various units of the medical mission said that the provision of qualitative healthcare for people of rural Africa is the vision of RAHI Medical Outreach and this, the organization has been doing through collaborative platforms from both the government and other funding partners. He went on to say that free medical mission in Abia State will be a huge success as the team is prepared to give the best of medical intervention in all the communities that will benefit from the programme.

In his submission, Engr. E. Nwafor while acknowledging cheers from the people  said his passion to give back to the society what God has given to him, has been the driving force for putting up the foundation.

Engr. Nwafor presenting Insecticide treated Mosquito nets to an aged woman
Engr. Nwafor presenting Insecticide treated Mosquito nets to an aged woman while Dr Chris Ekiyor watches with keen interest.

He stressed that the vision to take the welfare of the people as his own through Each One Aid One Foundation as springboard in addressing the issues affecting them will be sustained.

Dr Chris Ekiyor with Engr. Nwafor at the Ophthalmic unit of the outreacg
Dr Chris Ekiyor with Engr. Nwafor at the Ophthalmic unit of the outreach

The ceremony featured the demonstration of use of insecticide treated mosquito nets by RAHI Medical Outreach team and de-worming of children by both Engr. Enyinnaya Nwafor and Dr Chris Ekiyor.

Engr Nwafor de-worming a child at the flag-off ceremony
Engr Nwafor de-worming a child at the flag-off ceremony
Demonstration of use of insecticide treated mosquito nets
Demonstration of use of insecticide treated mosquito nets by RAHI Medical Outreach team

The medical mission recorded large number of patients who came in their numbers from neighbouring communities of Umuimo, Amato, Umuobasi, Umuiheoma, Mbutu Nta and Amauzu.

Inhabitants of Aro Amano and environs waiting to be attended to
Inhabitants of Aro Amano and environs being addreased by the team at the commencement of the free medical mission

Labouratory tests were carried out for patients as well as dental prostheses for those with missing teeth. Reading glasses were given out to people with visual impairment. Dental extractions were done for those with dental cases.

Doctors attending to patients at the out-patients uni8t
Dr Chris Ekiyor consulting at the out-patients unit of the free Medical Mission
Nursing unit at the work
Nursing unit at the work
laboratory unit at work
Laboratory unit at work
Dental technologists taking impression for fabrication of artificial teeth
Dental technologists taking impression for fabrication of artificial teeth
Dental extraction of teeth in progress
Dental extraction of teeth in progress
Pharmacy unit dispensing drugs to Patients
Pharmacy unit dispensing drugs to Patients

The medical mission continues with greater expectation from the people to address their health challenges.