A total of 207 internally displaced persons and orphans in Jos at the week end benefitted from a free medical care offered by Resident Doctors from the Jos University Teaching Hospital, JUTH.
The humanitarian service which they carried out in partnership with Samaritan Feet ,a Non-Governmental Organization also featured the donation of various welfare packages to the inmates including bags of rice, maize, beans, clothing and foot wears among other items at the House of Recab in Jos, venue of the occasion
Our Correspondent learnt that some inmates with chronic ailments had been referred to Jos University Teaching Hospital for further treatment
Declaring the event open, President of the Association of Resident Doctors, Dr Paul Agbo said he was happy partnering with the NGO for the sake of bringing succor to the door steps of the people as part of their corporate social responsibility.
He used the opportunity to call on the people of Plateau State to be their brothers’ keeper by partnering with the doctors and other stakeholders to make health care accessible to all.