Moved by the plights of less-privileged patients in some selected hospitals, the Founder of Sky Healthcare and Empowerment Initiative, SHE-I, Dr. Edidiong Etete, said plans are underway to grant financial assistance to patients at the general hospitals at Kubwa, Maitaima and Kuje among others.

Tagged ‘Grant A Wish’ medical outreach programme, the non-profit organisation, would be focusing on sickle cell anaemia cases, maternal and child healthcare.

In a statement, Dr. Etete stated that SHE-I’s objective is to provide healthcare support and empowerment opportunities in mostly rural communities.

She said: “Working with our Sky Ambassadors and partners from all over the world, we aim to provide awareness and medical support in sickle cell anemia cases, free medical services and medication, especially as it relates to maternal and child healthcare.

“As regards our empowerment programmes, we would be providing resources and skill acquisition to aid low income communities with special focus on the agriculture.”

She also stated that in line with the Foundation’s mission, it is determined to improve health outcomes, save lives, empower people with skills and equipment to eliminate poverty and promote the welfare of the less-privileged.

The statement read in part: “Sky Healthcare & Empowerment Initiative (SHE-I) is a Nigerian-based non-profit organisation focused on healthcare as regards the treatment and management of sickle cell anemia conditions, maternal and child healthcare in less-privileged communities and also empowerment programmes to aid communities flourish and prosper.

“We humbly solicit your support in carrying out our upcoming “GRANT A WISH” medical outreach programme, which would entail financial aid to patients at the Maitama, Kubwa and Kuje General Hospitals, who are unable to cover medical expenses with special focus on sickle cell anemia cases, maternal and child healthcare.

“We will also be giving out the Sky ambassadorial awards at our upcoming maiden launch to all participants/contributors to our “GRANT A WISH” outreach programme.”

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