Cleft And Facial Deformity Foundation Offers Free Surgery In Taraba

 

An Abuja based non-governmental organisation, Cleft and
Facial Deformity Foundation (CFDF) in conjunction with TY Danjuma Foundation yesterday, Saturday, March 12, began free surgical operation for people with cleft and facial
disorder in Taraba State.

Director General of Cleft and Facial Deformity Foundation,
Dr. Seidu Bello while addressing nurses during a pre-surgical workshop aimed at
training the nurses of Specialist hospital in Jalingo who would assist in
managing the patients after their surgery appealed to them to cooperate with the
team for effective exercise.
Bello who said the success of any operation depend on the
cooperation of the nurses whose primary role is to ensure anaesthetic
management of patients after operation appealed to them to support his team for
effective surgical operation.
According to him, “A lot of people with cleft and facial disorder can’t afford
to pay for the surgery. Some privilege ones can afford, but many can’t. So,
when I discovered this and as a specialist in the field, I simply assembled a
team to help treat such cases.
“I believe that we can’t depend on government for everything.
We can provide certain services as individuals because government cannot do
everything for us. So, in a way, I am just providing Nigerian solution to
Nigeria problem and discouraging over dependence on government and foreign
aid,” he said.
He noted that the foundation which has been in operation for
the past 5 years has effectively treated over 600 cases in 14 major outreach
across the country.
In his remarks, Mr. Emmanuel Ishaku, Assistant Director
Finance and Administration at TY Danjuma Foundation, the chief sponsor of the
programme thanked Dr. Bello and his team for the good work they are
doin.
He noted that one of the cardinal objectives of TY foundation
was to ensure free medical services to all Nigerians and pledge their support
to such programmes at all times.
Dr. Alex Maiaungwa who represented the Chief Medical Director
of Specialist Hospital, Dr. Rimande Joel thanked the team for choosing
specialist hospital, saying the free surgery will avail the less privilege in
the society the opportunity to access free medical solution to their problems.
An
Abuja based non-governmental organisation, Cleft and Facial Deformity
Foundation (CFDF) in conjunction with TY Danjuma Foundation on Saturday
began free surgical operation for people with cleft and facial disorder
in Taraba.

Director General of Cleft and Facial Deformity Foundation, Dr. Seidu
Bello while addressing nurses during a pre-surgical workshop aimed at
training the nurses of Specialist hospital in Jalingo who would assist
in managing the patients after the surgery appealed to them to cooperate
with the team for effective exercise.
Bello who said the success of any operation depend on the cooperation of
the nurses whose primary role is to ensure anaesthetic management of
patients after operation appealed to them to support his team for
effective surgical operation.
“A lot of people with cleft and facial disorder can’t afford to pay for
the surgery. Some privilege ones can afford, but many can’t. So, when I
discovered this and as a specialist in the field, I simply assembled a
team to help treat such cases.
“I believe that we can’t depend on government for everything. We can
provide certain services as individuals because government cannot do
everything for us. So, in a way, I am just providing Nigerian solution
to Nigeria problem and discouraging over dependence on government and
foreign aid,” he said.
He noted that the foundation which has been in operation for the past 5
years has effectively treated over 600 cases in 14 major outreach across
the country.
In his remarks, Mr. Emmanuel Ishaku, Assistant Director Finance and
Administration at TY Danjuma Foundation, the chief sponsor of the
surgery programme thanked Dr. Bello and his team for the good work they
are doing and urged them to sustain their service to humanity.
He noted that one of the cardinal objectives of TY foundation was to
ensure free medical services to all Nigerians and pledge their support
to such programmes at all times.
Dr. Alex Maiaungwa who represented the Chief Medical Director of
Specialist Hospital, Dr. Rimande Joel thanked the team for choosing
specialist hospital, saying the free surgery will avail the less
privilege in the society the opportunity to access free medical solution
to their problems, which he said might have put them through economic
and social stress over the years.

– See more at: http://www.fabmimi.com/2016/03/ngo-offers-free-cleft-facial-deformity.html#more

An
Abuja based non-governmental organisation, Cleft and Facial Deformity
Foundation (CFDF) in conjunction with TY Danjuma Foundation on Saturday
began free surgical operation for people with cleft and facial disorder
in Taraba.

Director General of Cleft and Facial Deformity Foundation, Dr. Seidu
Bello while addressing nurses during a pre-surgical workshop aimed at
training the nurses of Specialist hospital in Jalingo who would assist
in managing the patients after the surgery appealed to them to cooperate
with the team for effective exercise.
Bello who said the success of any operation depend on the cooperation of
the nurses whose primary role is to ensure anaesthetic management of
patients after operation appealed to them to support his team for
effective surgical operation.
“A lot of people with cleft and facial disorder can’t afford to pay for
the surgery. Some privilege ones can afford, but many can’t. So, when I
discovered this and as a specialist in the field, I simply assembled a
team to help treat such cases.
“I believe that we can’t depend on government for everything. We can
provide certain services as individuals because government cannot do
everything for us. So, in a way, I am just providing Nigerian solution
to Nigeria problem and discouraging over dependence on government and
foreign aid,” he said.
He noted that the foundation which has been in operation for the past 5
years has effectively treated over 600 cases in 14 major outreach across
the country.
In his remarks, Mr. Emmanuel Ishaku, Assistant Director Finance and
Administration at TY Danjuma Foundation, the chief sponsor of the
surgery programme thanked Dr. Bello and his team for the good work they
are doing and urged them to sustain their service to humanity.
He noted that one of the cardinal objectives of TY foundation was to
ensure free medical services to all Nigerians and pledge their support
to such programmes at all times.
Dr. Alex Maiaungwa who represented the Chief Medical Director of
Specialist Hospital, Dr. Rimande Joel thanked the team for choosing
specialist hospital, saying the free surgery will avail the less
privilege in the society the opportunity to access free medical solution
to their problems, which he said might have put them through economic
and social stress over the years.

– See more at: http://www.fabmimi.com/2016/03/ngo-offers-free-cleft-facial-deformity.html#more

An
Abuja based non-governmental organisation, Cleft and Facial Deformity
Foundation (CFDF) in conjunction with TY Danjuma Foundation on Saturday
began free surgical operation for people with cleft and facial disorder
in Taraba.

Director General of Cleft and Facial Deformity Foundation, Dr. Seidu
Bello while addressing nurses during a pre-surgical workshop aimed at
training the nurses of Specialist hospital in Jalingo who would assist
in managing the patients after the surgery appealed to them to cooperate
with the team for effective exercise.
Bello who said the success of any operation depend on the cooperation of
the nurses whose primary role is to ensure anaesthetic management of
patients after operation appealed to them to support his team for
effective surgical operation.
“A lot of people with cleft and facial disorder can’t afford to pay for
the surgery. Some privilege ones can afford, but many can’t. So, when I
discovered this and as a specialist in the field, I simply assembled a
team to help treat such cases.
“I believe that we can’t depend on government for everything. We can
provide certain services as individuals because government cannot do
everything for us. So, in a way, I am just providing Nigerian solution
to Nigeria problem and discouraging over dependence on government and
foreign aid,” he said.
He noted that the foundation which has been in operation for the past 5
years has effectively treated over 600 cases in 14 major outreach across
the country.
In his remarks, Mr. Emmanuel Ishaku, Assistant Director Finance and
Administration at TY Danjuma Foundation, the chief sponsor of the
surgery programme thanked Dr. Bello and his team for the good work they
are doing and urged them to sustain their service to humanity.
He noted that one of the cardinal objectives of TY foundation was to
ensure free medical services to all Nigerians and pledge their support
to such programmes at all times.
Dr. Alex Maiaungwa who represented the Chief Medical Director of
Specialist Hospital, Dr. Rimande Joel thanked the team for choosing
specialist hospital, saying the free surgery will avail the less
privilege in the society the opportunity to access free medical solution
to their problems, which he said might have put them through economic
and social stress over the years.

– See more at: http://www.fabmimi.com/2016/03/ngo-offers-free-cleft-facial-deformity.html#more

An
Abuja based non-governmental organisation, Cleft and Facial Deformity
Foundation (CFDF) in conjunction with TY Danjuma Foundation on Saturday
began free surgical operation for people with cleft and facial disorder
in Taraba.

Director General of Cleft and Facial Deformity Foundation, Dr. Seidu
Bello while addressing nurses during a pre-surgical workshop aimed at
training the nurses of Specialist hospital in Jalingo who would assist
in managing the patients after the surgery appealed to them to cooperate
with the team for effective exercise.
Bello who said the success of any operation depend on the cooperation of
the nurses whose primary role is to ensure anaesthetic management of
patients after operation appealed to them to support his team for
effective surgical operation.
“A lot of people with cleft and facial disorder can’t afford to pay for
the surgery. Some privilege ones can afford, but many can’t. So, when I
discovered this and as a specialist in the field, I simply assembled a
team to help treat such cases.
“I believe that we can’t depend on government for everything. We can
provide certain services as individuals because government cannot do
everything for us. So, in a way, I am just providing Nigerian solution
to Nigeria problem and discouraging over dependence on government and
foreign aid,” he said.
He noted that the foundation which has been in operation for the past 5
years has effectively treated over 600 cases in 14 major outreach across
the country.
In his remarks, Mr. Emmanuel Ishaku, Assistant Director Finance and
Administration at TY Danjuma Foundation, the chief sponsor of the
surgery programme thanked Dr. Bello and his team for the good work they
are doing and urged them to sustain their service to humanity.
He noted that one of the cardinal objectives of TY foundation was to
ensure free medical services to all Nigerians and pledge their support
to such programmes at all times.
Dr. Alex Maiaungwa who represented the Chief Medical Director of
Specialist Hospital, Dr. Rimande Joel thanked the team for choosing
specialist hospital, saying the free surgery will avail the less
privilege in the society the opportunity to access free medical solution
to their problems, which he said might have put them through economic
and social stress over the years.

– See more at: http://www.fabmimi.com/2016/03/ngo-offers-free-cleft-facial-deformity.html#more

An
Abuja based non-governmental organisation, Cleft and Facial Deformity
Foundation (CFDF) in conjunction with TY Danjuma Foundation on Saturday
began free surgical operation for people with cleft and facial disorder
in Taraba.

Director General of Cleft and Facial Deformity Foundation, Dr. Seidu
Bello while addressing nurses during a pre-surgical workshop aimed at
training the nurses of Specialist hospital in Jalingo who would assist
in managing the patients after the surgery appealed to them to cooperate
with the team for effective exercise.
Bello who said the success of any operation depend on the cooperation of
the nurses whose primary role is to ensure anaesthetic management of
patients after operation appealed to them to support his team for
effective surgical operation.
“A lot of people with cleft and facial disorder can’t afford to pay for
the surgery. Some privilege ones can afford, but many can’t. So, when I
discovered this and as a specialist in the field, I simply assembled a
team to help treat such cases.
“I believe that we can’t depend on government for everything. We can
provide certain services as individuals because government cannot do
everything for us. So, in a way, I am just providing Nigerian solution
to Nigeria problem and discouraging over dependence on government and
foreign aid,” he said.
He noted that the foundation which has been in operation for the past 5
years has effectively treated over 600 cases in 14 major outreach across
the country.
In his remarks, Mr. Emmanuel Ishaku, Assistant Director Finance and
Administration at TY Danjuma Foundation, the chief sponsor of the
surgery programme thanked Dr. Bello and his team for the good work they
are doing and urged them to sustain their service to humanity.
He noted that one of the cardinal objectives of TY foundation was to
ensure free medical services to all Nigerians and pledge their support
to such programmes at all times.
Dr. Alex Maiaungwa who represented the Chief Medical Director of
Specialist Hospital, Dr. Rimande Joel thanked the team for choosing
specialist hospital, saying the free surgery will avail the less
privilege in the society the opportunity to access free medical solution
to their problems, which he said might have put them through economic
and social stress over the years.

– See more at: http://www.fabmimi.com/2016/03/ngo-offers-free-cleft-facial-deformity.html#more

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