Maltiti foundation wrapped up their week-long charity journey to the Savanna region days ago. They set off from Accra on the 31st October through the Eastern corridor and returned on the 7th November,2021.
The health screening exercise took them to eight(8) villages, Katanga, Kayerso,Nikata, Mbawupe, Makango, Tacheto, Gurinshi all in the East Gonja district of Ghana.
Explaining the direction for this year’s exercise, Hajj Fawzie, founder of Maltiti Foundation, indicated that not everybody, especially in the rural areas, has direct and easy access to healthcare, hence the NGOs decision to reach out every year.
She also added that data available to the organization shows there are common cases of High blood pressure, Diabetes, Malaria etc and the team of medical experts on board has done due diligence and also made referrals to health facilities available for treatment.
Commenting on the impact of the exercise, one Madam Alidu Adiza at Kayerso expressed her gratitude to the organization and added that the medical outreach has really helped the vulnerable who don’t visit the health facilities because of financial restraints and the distance you have to travel to access healthcare.
The charity directorate of the Maltiti foundation has also revealed all is set for next year’s activities that will improve the general wellbeing of Ghanaians in the remote areas of the country.
Maltiti foundation since it’s establishment years ago has performed industriously across the country with livelihood empowerment initiatives, funding of young entrepreneurs, support for women in agriculture, health screening among others. The organization’s activities have been recognized by many institutions in Ghana and beyond. Visit MaltitiFoundation.com for more