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Medical Director and CEO of General Hospital, Gbagada, Lagos

“Since you accepted our invitation three years ago, we have been the beneficiary of your kind and magnanimous services; of unselfishly expending yourself, time and skills on behalf of our hospital; and in the tender and professional attention in treating our patients. We appreciate the donations of medicines, equipment and supplies from your organization and […]

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CWCFI Receives Letter of Appreciation from Lagos State Government of Nigeria

Charity Wound Care Foundation Incorporated (CWCFI) has received a Letter of Appreciation from the Lagos State Government for the organization’s free and voluntary wound treatment in the state. Presenting the letter, Dr. Lateef T. Lawal, Medical Director and CEO of General Hospital, Gbagada, Lagos, thanked CWCFI for their kind and magnanimous services. The letter read […]

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CWCFI joins 2017 ENAW Medical Mission to Edo State, Nigeria.

Charity has been in Nigeria for a few weeks now conducting free wound treatment clinics but next week beginning from 2/13/2017 through 2/18/2017 Charity is joining efforts with ENAW to conduct this year’s ENAW Medical Mission to Edo State, Nigeria.     Edo National Association Worldwide Founded 1991 501(c) (3) Non-Profit Organization 347 5th Avenue, […]

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OKAKAGBE FOUNDATION COMMENCES FOUR-DAY TREATMENT OF CHRONIC LEG ULCER

Empirical studies have shown that chronic leg ulcer incidence is on the rise in developed countries and gradually finding its way into other developing countries including Nigeria as a result of an ageing population. In order to save the situation and re-educate locals in Edo State who believe that Leg Ulceration is spiritual, the Okakagbe […]

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Doctors’ Strike Grounds Activities at Bayelsa Federal Hospital

A warning strike embarked upon by members of the Association of Resident Doctors of Nigeria (ARDN) on Thursday grounded activities at the Federal Medical Centre, Yenagoa, Bayelsa State. The doctors told journalists that they were going on a three-day warning strike to draw attention to irregularities in the payment of their salaries by the government […]

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Nigeria: NGO Offers Free Medical Care to 100 Persons in Edo

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By Adibe Emenyonu Benin City — No fewer than 100 persons living with chronic leg ulcer and High Blood Pressure (HBP) are to benefit from a four-day free medical treatment in Fugar, Edo State. The free health medical treatment organised by the Okakagbe Foundation in collaboration with an America-based ‘Charity Wound Care Foundation’ is aimed […]

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Contact: Email: info@charitywoundcarefoundation.org – care@charitywoundcarefoundation.org Telephone: +1 951-425-8677   Send Mail to: Charity Wound care Foundation, Inc 10950 Arrow Rte; Unit 1938 Rancho Cucamonga, CA. 91729-1938

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