Chinwe Chibuike Foundation Set To Flag-off Full Scale Malaria Eradication Program On Independence Day
A Nigeria indigenous and international non-governmental organization, envisioned to create a conducive environment towards the accessibility of healthcare facilities and improved educational opportunities, has joined the fight against the bizzare challenges of Malaria. The renowned Nigeria-USA humanitarian organization, Chinwe Chibuike Foundation is collaborating with other organizations to flagoff a full scale malaria eradication exercise tagged "Nigeria at 60 Malaria Eradication Project", on the 1st of October 2020.
According to the founder and President of Chinwe Chibuike Foundation, Ms Gloria Chibuike, during an interview session with Pulse TV few days ago, she noted the forthcoming Nigeria At 60 Malaria Eradication Program will be different and of more impact, especially with the full scale approach and introduction a new Malaria repellant Band.
While emphasising on the extensive features of the project, Ms Gloria described Malaria as one of the biggest problems in Africa at the moment, considering the increased number of recorded deaths and infection. She narrated that the discovery of the new malaria repellant band was timely and offcourse very efficient, especially with testimonies from few persons who have already tried the brand.
Ms Gloria further noted her interest to work with more collaborators for a wider reach and impact of the malaria eradication exercise. She also thanked her partners for their support in providing the repellant bands to users, regardless of the it's high cost, thereby making it possible to reach out wide and enable fruition for the project.
In her concluding words, she noted that her vision and long term goals was to bring back proper healthcare to Nigeria and Africa at large. Ms Gloria had earlier stated that Chinwe Chibuike Foundation is already concluding plans to flagoff other interventional program across nations in Africa, especially with her most recent interest in Zimbabwe.
However, over 41 LGAs and approximately 500 Abia state indigenes have benefitted from the medical intervention outreach of Chinwe Chibuike Foundation. With the recent outbreak of Covid19, the Foundation has also made notable contributions which includes donations to essential workers frontlining the war against the covid19 and to homeless persons in Massachusetts, USA. This and many more are some of the outstanding impacts made by Ms Gloria Chibuike towards making the world a better place for humanity.