Igbomina Mobile Clinic project will commence on Saturday, 21st January 2017 in the six communities of Ifelodun local government area of the state. The bimonthly health outreaches will cover Ahun, Omugo, Ajegunle, Irabon, Owa-Kajola and Okeoyan.
A statement by the Project Secretary, Elder Olaitan Oyin Zubair revealed that three service Centres have been created namely Ahun, Irabon and Owa-Kajola towns respectively for the conveniences of the people within and around those communities including farm settlements.
Elder Oyin-Zubair also disclosed that the clinical outreach is primarily for under-served communities and will treat hypertension, malaria, arthritis and diabetics amongst other ailments.
Meanwhile, the Chairman of the Project Implementation Committee, Mr Emmanuel Bamidele Adewuyi has described 2016 activities of the project as very successful and rewarding.
He made the assertion at the extra-ordinary meeting of the Committee where he stated that the success of the project would serve as a template for successful execution of primary healthcare delivery system both at the designated towns in Isin, Irepodun and Ifelodun local government areas and others within the state.
Mr Adewuyi stated that twenty four communities were covered by the project within its inception in July to December last year with a total of about 6000 patients treated free of charge.
While thanking the state government for its support to the project , Mr Adewuyi called on individuals, groups and communities to also support the project with a view to ensuring its sustainability.
Mr Adewuyi further commended the initiators of the project, Igbomina Community, North America, which has supplied quality drugs worth over #40m for its services.