Nigerian Army Organizes Free Medical Outreach and Feeding Programme For Plateau Community
The Operation SAFE HAVEN on 23 April 2019 has organised free medical outreach and feeding programme for Gyambwas Community of Mangu Local Government Area of Plateau State. The exercise was organised in collaboration with the Civil – Military Relief Initiative (CMRI), the Non- Governmental Organization that partners with the Operation SAFE HAVEN to bring succours and reliefs to the host communities.
Declaring the exercise open on behalf of the Commander OPSH, Major General Augustine Agundu, the Chief of Staff OPSH, Brigadier General Mohammed Bello said that the free medical outreach and feeding programme were part of non-kinetic activities of the operation aimed at fostering cordial relation between the host communities and OPSH.
The Commander stressed that the exercise would feature free laboratory services, free consultations and diagnosis, free drugs, deworming of the children and feeding programme, targeted at over 3,000 people. He added that other communities such as Naraguta, Gashish and Bassa among others have benefited from the exercise.
Also speaking during the exercise, the Co-Initiator CMRI, Princess Grace Pam said that the CMRI is a multi-agency organization which include Da Rwang Pam Foundation and Lighthouse Aid Training and Educational Centre (LATEC) in United State of America working with OPSH to assist the affected communities.
It would be recalled that the CMRI was earlier inaugurated at the HQ OPSH to make it a formidable NGO that can operate legitimately and collaborate with others.
In a related development, the OPSH alongside CMRI have distributed assorted items to the Kingdom Kids Orphanage Home as part of its civil-military activities.
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