EACH ONE AID ONE FOUNDATION/RAHI PARTNERSHIP;    FREE MEDICAL MISSION IN UMUOJIMA VILLAGE, OSSISIOMA, NGWA WEST LGA, ABIA STATE
A nurse checking for Vital signs in a traditional war dancer at the outreach

EACH ONE AID ONE FOUNDATION/RAHI PARTNERSHIP; FREE MEDICAL MISSION IN UMUOJIMA VILLAGE, OSSISIOMA, NGWA WEST LGA, ABIA STATE

As part of its mandate to provide qualitative healthcare for the people of rural Africa, RAHI Medical Outreach has partnered with Each One Aid One foundation, a nongovernmental organization with genuine commitment and passion for the up-liftment of the down trodden, to provide free medical services in Abia State.

RAHI Medical Outreach Ambulance at the venue
RAHI Medical Outreach Ambulance at the venue
Emgr. Enyinnaya Nwafor with RAHI Medical Outreach team
Emgr. Enyinnaya Nwafor with RAHI Medical Outreach team

The weeklong medical mission which kicked off today 18/12/2016 witnessed a large turn-out of people at Umuojima Village, Osisioma in Ngwa West LGA of Abia State.

Women waiting patiently at the venue of outreach
Women waiting patiently at the venue of outreach

While welcoming the RAHI Medical Outreach team, the Founder, Each One Aid One foundation, Engr. Enyinnaya Nwafor expressed delight at the commencement of the programme which he said will rekindle the spirit of togetherness that exists among the Ngwa people and pledged his support for a hitch-free medical mission. He informed the team that all necessary arrangements has been put in place for the programme, vis-a-vis community mobilization and participation.

Engr. Chima Nwafor welcoming the RAHI team
Engr. Enyinnaya Nwafor welcoming the RAHI team

The free medical mission which took place at the residence of his Late father, Dr Clement Nwafor, a Former Deputy Governor of Abia State to mark the 10 years anniversary of his demise, attended to the health needs of men of the Nigerian police, the Army, Civil defence corps, Vigilante groups, men, women and children. Even the traditional war dancers were not left out in the outreach.

Ophthalmologist checking visual acuity in a police officer
Ophthalmologist checking visual acuity in a police officer
Doctor attending to a military personnel
Doctor attending to a military personnel

All units of the Medical Outreach; out-patients, Nursing, Records, Ophthalmic and pharmacy was a beehive of activities throughout the duration of the programme.

Beehive of activities at the medical mission
Beehive of activities at the medical mission
Doctor attending to a woman at the outreach
Doctor attending to a woman at the outreach

Meanwhile, all is now set for the official flag-off ceremony of the weeklong medical mission in Abia State at Aro Ngwa, Osisioma, Ngwa North LGA and will attract the residents of Aro Ngwa and environs. The free medical mission is billed for five communities in various parts of the State.

A nurse checking for Vital signs in a traditional war dancer at the outreach
A nurse checking for Vital signs in a traditional war dancer
Pharmacy unit at work
Pharmacy unit at work

RAHI Medical Outreach has been a leading name in qualitative healthcare delivery and emergency response/mitigation in disaster management since 2007.