Mozimo Beke Foundation embarks on free medical outreach in Bayelsa community

Southern Ijaw—The Mozimo Beke Foundation has embarked on a free medical outreach in Igbomotoru community of Southern Ijaw local government Area, Bayelsa State, where hundreds of indigenes were administered medical services and treatment.

The administered medical services included tests and treatment of malaria, diabetes, hypertension, and HIV/AIDS as well as sensitization of the locales on the importance of Covid-19 vaccination.

It was gathered that about 278 children were dewormed while clothes and gift items were also distributed among indigenes.

It was reported that some of the indigenes of the community were grateful for the free medical services, saying that many locales had died in the past owing to the lack of good medical facilities in the area.

The Founder of the Foundation, Catherine Mozimo, said the medical outreach tagged “Empathy Week” is a response to the poor access to medical treatment in the community.

According to her, the outreach has afforded many locales to get access to free quality medical services which they could not have.

The outreach was supported by the Bayelsa State Ministry of Health, Gloria Diri Foundation, DO Foundation, and Amatolomo Foundation.

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