Arab Egyptian Medical and Development Agency with regional office at 2 Bojon Street, Bo has embarked on the provision of free medical treatments for residents and its immediate environs.
The treatment given to all ages and for various illnesses commenced on 28 March this year at Durbar Grounds covering Moibawo Village on the outskirts of Bo and is expected to close down in the month of July.
According to the operational schedule, Nduvuibu, Tokpoi Town, Manjama, Shelmingo, Bumpehwo and its neighborhood will receive treatments in the month of April which will be followed by Towns and villages in the Jaiama Bongor Chiefdom respectively.
Speaking to Awoko News the General Manager Arab Egyptian Medical and Development Agency Munib El Farouk said their plan to establish in Bo and Freetown for a start is in line with their avid aspirations to provide and meaningfully contribute to humanity particularly to Sierra Leoneans as part of their post war assistance noting that their area of intervention is deliberate and shall continue in good spirit from strength to strength.
He further used the forum to forthwith dissociate their operations from those others with hidden agenda and that they are a registered organization which works with the Ministry of Health and Sanitation.
In his contribution Dr Ahmed Deed, the Medical practitioner in charge said with cooperation of the team together with the Sierra Leonean staff much will be achieved within the shortest time as hundreds continue to benefit from the ongoing efforts.
Earlier the Bojon Street Coordinator Dauda Tarawally introduced the other members including Aymad Yusuf the Chemist, Shaik Sansui Sam, A.M. Mansaray and Amada Sabre Officer in -charge of the Freetown office located at Shell Lorry Park.
Speaking at the special ceremony various beneficiaries including Paramount Chief Lahai Sowa of Sowa Chiefdom in the Pujehun District praised the good work undertaken by the Arab Egyptian Medical Development Agency since they started operations.
By Easmon Moiguah