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A nonprofit organasation, ‘When in Need Foundation’ (WIN) has chosen the indigenes of Ideato in Imo State as one of the beneficiaries of their free health services. The team of physicians and volunteers will be in the suburb of Imo state from April 27 to 29.

According to the  Director of media officer of the organisation,  Dr.George Onuorah, the WIN’s  mission of mercy is a medical journey to the most rural and deprived parts of the world hence their willingness to  travel to Ideato Imo state, Nigeria with a team of physicians and volunteers  who will provide medical screening, treatments and supplies.

He said: “The City of Brotherly Love and Sisterly Affection was the perfect place to celebrate the When in Need Foundation’s upcoming Mission of Mercy with great food, drinks, and an art exhibit.”

Meanwhile, to aid this project, WIN hosted a send-off happy hour and art exhibit on Wednesday in the US to support of those traveling to Nigeria for the annual mission of mercy.

Since 2012, WIN has saved over 100,000 families, women and orphans around the world. Last year, When in Need Foundation provided food, clothing, and medical services to over 5,000 women and children.


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