RHEMN TO PROVIDE FREE HEALTH CARE TO 10,000 RURAL WOMEN!
Many of the pregnant women in most of the rural communities in Nigeria lack access to the basic health care services and they become exposed to danger during delivery as they gave birth in an poor and unhygienic conditions in the hand of mostly un-skilled health care providers.
This prompted the Rural Health Mission Nigeria team, to come up with a plan to conduct a free health care services to 10,000 women in Mombilla plateau of Taraba (state). It’s expected that, the RHEMN team will provides comprehensive prenatal, antenatal and post natal services for the target population.
RHEMN will also distribute 350 pieces of lifesaving sterile delivery kits in hard to reach communities, 1000 pieces of insecticide treated nets, provide 1000 doses of lifesaving antimalarial drugs for pregnant women and children, screen 3000 women and children for malaria, provide vitamin A and antiworm drugs to 10000 children, train at least 5 community health workers in each community on lifesaving skills and there shall be general consultation to the community members during this period.
To achieve this, the organization have lunched a community fundraising appeal to raise the sum of 2.2 million naira only within 4 months starting from 1st June to 30th September 2017 and the implementation of the project starts in November 2017 to last for 6 months.
To support this project, kindly make your donations and also share the information widely within your network and with your family and friends so that you can be part of this timely project.