10 February 2013

Nigeria: Charity Provides Medical Services to 500 Patients in Gombe

Gombe — African Healthcare Development Trust, a charity organization based in the United Kingdom (UK) has treated over 500 patients with different ailments such as cancer, Diatebetis, eye defects, VVF and also trained nurses, birth attendants and other hospital workers on what is expected of them free of charge in Gombe State.

Dr Ibrahim Jalo Hassan, chairman of the organization said this is the first time government is inviting them for such services since the establishment of the organization 10 years ago.

Though founded in the UK, the organisation has special attention on African countries providing free medical services.

"If you tell us to come to your place, we will come but the most important thing is we have to agree with the time and you have to provide logistics that will take us from Abuja Airport. "And if there is need for accommodation in Abuja for at least a night you will also provide that and up to the place we will do the work and for the period the service will last," he said.

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