Grace Community church medical camp

TCF organised two medical camps with the support of a team from Grace Community Church, Maryville, Tennessee, USA. The eleven member team visited Sabe and Ogburo health posts on 25th & 26th of June, 2013.

The first camp was organized at Sagbe health post in Lagelu LGA of Oyo state on 25th June. Mr. Arulogun, Chairman, Eniosa development committee inaugurated the camp.

• Around 286 people were treated for various ailments and free medicines were supplied.

• During the camp dilapidated condition of Sagbe health post was discussed among the community members. It is encouraging to note that community members resolved to contribute money to repair the Sagbe health post.

The second camp was organized at Ogburo health post of Adana LGA of Osun state on 26th of June 2013. Ogburo King inaugurated the camp and he was one of the first patients to receive medical care. In his speech he appreciated the services of TCF to his community.

• Total 243 patients treated in the camp and free drugs were supplied.

• Ogburo King assured that he will provide land and support to build a health facility if TCF wants to expand in that area. 

Grace Community Church also donated medicines worth of around NGN 106,000 to TCF to be used at Ibadan primary health care program.

TCF is grateful to Grace Community Church, Mr. Arulogun, Chairman, Eniosa development committee and Oguro King for their participation in the medical camp.

IPASE III

Indian Products And Services Exhibition (IPASE III) was organised by Indian High Commission in Nigeria, at Lagos between March 18th and 20th, 2013. Twenty five Indian companies participated in the exhibition. Mrs. Rani Malick, first secretary to Indian Commission to Nigeria inaugurated the exhibition.

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Long Service Awards

Mr. Naser Khan joined TCF in 2001 with the passion to secure safe drinking water for rural population in Nigeria. Eleven years back the situation was different he says “there were no mobile phones, very limited internet connectivity and at times he travelled long distance on bicycle” the hardships did not deter Mr. Naser Khan in making safe drinking water available to people.

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