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Mwan Weekly Update (Week 7)


Week 7: 5th DEC TO 11TH DEC 2021




MWAN Rivers supported Diplomats’ Assembly, Port Harcourt, to host a free medical outreach on Sunday the 5th of December 2021 at the church premises. This outreach was carried out in partnership with Pro-Sight Foundation and feature medical screening for malaria, hypertension and diabetes, general consultation, eye and dental consultations and treatment and free drugs. Over 150 persons benefitted from the free medicals.

MWAN Rivers represented by Dr Ajie Ireju gave a talk on Gender-based violence; types, effects and support for survivors during a one-day sensitization meeting on “Say NO to drug abuse, rape and violent crime against persons” to members of Odiokwu community of Ahoada West LGA organised by Odiokwu Youths Association. Over 350 persons were reached. Other partners present at the meeting include NMA, FIDA, NDLEA and Ministry of Social Welfare

Dr Siene Oluwatosin Orogun & Oluchi Ezugwu and Dr Omosivie Maduka & Chiamaka Oha were at Nigeria Info

92.3 FM on Monday 6th and Friday 10th of December to speak more on responding to ender-based violence. These events are part of the 16 days of activism to end GBV.

MWAN Rivers provided medical screening to the Woji Chapter of the National Association of Private Primart Schools at their end of year meeting. MWAN President Dr Omosivie Maduka also gave a health talk tagged “Your Health, Your Wealth.”

Dr V. Agala and Dr I. Ajie attended the Annual ‘She Boss’ program organised by Nigeria Employers Consultative Association (NECA) through its women arm called NECA’s Network of Entrepreneurial Women (NNEW).  

Dr. Vetty gave a good will message and urged women to imbibe better healthy behavior. 


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THEME: Leadership and Partnership Imperatives for Upscaling Healthcare Delivery in Nigeria

DATE: Tuesday 19th to Saturday 23rd September 2023

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