The Rotary Club of Jericho, Ibadan, says it has screened more than 476 people for various eyes problems and other diseases such as diabetes and HIV/AIDS. FREE RN
The President of the club, Adekunle Are, said on Thursday at the end of the outreach by the club in Ifesowapo area of Ibadan North-East Local Government Area. Indiana Pacers The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that the outreach was organised by the Rotary Club, Ibadan, Metro, in partnership with the Ophthalmology Department of the University College Hospital (UCH), Ibadan. NIKE AIR MAX 2017 PAS CHER The Rotary President said the exercise as part of their corporate social responsibility was to provide free healthcare services for communities in the rural areas. Canotte Portland Trail Blazers Are said that those screened for eye problems, diabetes and HIV/AIDS have been referred to appropriate departments in the teaching hospital to be attended to by qualified doctors. TENNIS CLASSIC ULTRA FLYKNIT
He urged philanthropists, corporate organisations and well-meaning Nigerians to partner with government on primary healthcare services. NIKE FLYKNIT LUNAR3
In his remarks, Mr Jonathan Ogundiwin, the Chairman, Care-taker Committee, Ibadan North-East Local Government, described the outreach as the best thing that could happen to the community, especially as the community opened its health centre about three weeks ago. nike air max 2016 hombre He advised the community to make good use of the health facility, saying “prevention is always better than cure.” The chairman thanked the Rotary Club for assisting to renovate and equip the health centre.