Jawa International sponsors 100 Eye Surgeries at the Katsina Eye Centre

 

Jawa International Limited is a local manufacturing company engaged in the manufacture of Pharmaceutical Products. The company ranks amongst the first 10 of the several companies competing in the Nigerian pharmaceutical market.

The vision and mission of the organisation is as follows:
Vision
Our vision is to emerge as an Innovative Pharmaceutical Manufacturing Company and Healthcare Solutions Provider.

Mission
Our Mission is to provide world-class quality medicines at the most affordable cost for Nigerians and non-Nigerians. We endeavour availability of such innovative and economic formulations at every nooks and crannies of Nigeria and beyond.

TCF is grateful to Jawa International for its generosity to support free Eye Surgeries at the Katsina Eye Centre.

To find out more about Jawa International please click here

Enpee Group donates Eye Glasses for TCF outreach activities

Beneficiaries with Eye Glasses donated by Enpee Group

To aid TCF to reduce the avoidable blindness Enpee Group has donated more than 700 Eye Glasses.

TCF will distribute the Eye Glasses during its outreach program to spread awareness in the remote areas and identify people requiring cataract Eye Surgeries. The first phase of outreach has already begun in Cross River State.

TCF is grateful for Enpee Group‘s support.   

Clarissa Foundation Eye Camp

Clarissa Foundation in partnership with Tulsi Chanrai Foundation organised an Eye Camp at Lokpanta Community of Isunneochi, Local Government Area, Abia State. Dr. Virgy Claire, the founder of the Clarissa Foundation organised the Eye Camp in remembrance of her mother.

The programme was a huge success. Mr. Richard Silvester, Program Manager of Calabar Eye Centre and his team’s dedication and commitment was applauded by the community. A total of 300 patients were screened for cataract in a single day.Local community members helped by volunteering. Patients after undergoing Eye Surgeries returned back home with great joy and celebration. A brief reception, with video coverage of individual testimonies, was held in their honour. This was followed by a thanksgiving procession next day during the Sunday morning Mass. 

Dr. Virgy Claire says “it is not easy to describe the atmosphere that enveloped the congregation - the tears of joy, the loud applause, and the ecstasy - during the rendition of just two of the success stories, especially that of Mrs Paulina, whose case, I understand, proved very difficult, though not too difficult for God and TCF’s commendable precision and professionalism.” She further adds “indeed short of words... but, I will not forget to mention the excellent reception my people received in Calabar, to the envy of the drop-outs and to the admiration and heart-felt gratitude of the entire community“.

In fact, the entire Lokpanta community and beyond have been set aglow with joy and hope.

TCF to rehabilitate 60 non-functional handpumps in 6 LGAs in Taraba State

Mr. Murthy along with Lt. Gen. Theophilus Yakubu Danjuma (Rtd.) GCON and Dr. Florence Etta-Akin Aina, Executive Director of TY Danjuma Foundation 

In partnership with TY Danjuma Foundation TCF will rehabilitate 60 non functional hand pumps in 6 Local Government Areas of Taraba State benefiting a population of 30,000.

A total of 60 Water and Sanitation Health Communities (WASHCOMs) will be formed. The WASHCOMs will be trained to take care of the rehabilitated Handpumps. A total of 33 local area mechanics will go through refreshers training in 16 Local Government Areas of Taraba.

On August 5th, 2013 at TY Danjuma Foundation office in Abuja Lt. Gen. Theophilus Yakubu Danjuma (Rtd.) GCON awarded the project to TCF. 

TCF is grateful to TY Danjuma Foundation for their partnership in Taraba State. 

Women in rural areas of Cross River State taking advantage of free Primary Health Care

The Sun newspaper carried a feature in their newspaper in August about how partnership between Cross River State and Tulsi Chanrai Foundation is helping the rural women in the State.

To read the feature please click here

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