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Rotary Family Health Care Day

A medical outreach carried out in Gwagwalada community, Abuja

The project was designed to reach out to those who cannot afford their medical bills. Free tests such as HIV, malaria, blood sugar, ocular, etc were carried out. Those that tested positive were given free medications. Mosquito nets were distributed to pregnant women while sanitary pads were also shared to women.condoms were also distributed to the men and women of the community. There was also health counselling by doctors who were volunteers. Free eye classes were distributed according to the ophthalmologist's recommendation.


Project location
Nigeria
Project dates
Start: 20 October 2018
End:  20 October 2018
Created: 03 January 2019

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Project category
Community, Maternal and child health
Funding
Project contacts
Patrick Ibe Okoh, Gwagwalada| (contact)
Partners
Gwagwalada, Fed. Cap. Territory, Nigeria (Rotary Club)
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Total volunteer hours
8
Hours
Number of volunteers
23
People
Total cash contributions
820
USD
Total in-kind contributions
230
USD

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