From Femi Oyelola, Kaduna
The Al-Ihsan Foundation, has provided free medical services to 500 men, women and children in Kaduna, under its Medical Outreach programme.
The Chairperson of the programme, Dr Zainab Muhammad-Idris, disclosed this while speaking to the media in kaduna yesterday.
According to her, the goal was to render service to humanity by giving back to the society.
Muhammad-Idris explained that the outreach programme tagged, “Heal with the Love of a Mother” was in collaboration with the Medical Women Association of Nigeria (MWAN), Kaduna State Branch.
She further said the move is to touch the lives of the people, particularly the common people in communities who cannot afford basic healthcare services.
She added that those found with serious health issues would be referred to appropriate health centres for appropriate attention.
Also speaking, the President of the Foundation, Aisha Mujaddadi, described the outreach programme as a “service to humanity’’, that impact on the lives of people at the bottom of the society.
On her part, Dr Hassana Yakasai, Assistant Secretary, MWAN, said that the collaboration with Al-Ihsan Foundation was born out of a concern to provide healthcare services to the poor in communities.