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Humanity First provides medical aid to over 600 parents in rural Gambia

Nov 11, 2019, 2:55 PM | Article By: Cherno Omar Bobb

Humanity First The Gambia, over the weekend provided free medical assistance to over 600 patients in Jarra Barrow Kunda, Kwinella in Kiang and Kanfenda in Foni Kansala District.

The free medical camp was part of a routine medical assistance provided by the charitable organization to mainly communities that finds it harder to access essential health services.

Dr Baboucarr A S Sowe, director of health programs at Humanity First Gambia branch said the main objective of the charity is to improve the living standard of all human beings without any segregation to race, color, political affiliation, religion or whatever.

He said it is purely a humanitarian organization and has been operating for over two decades in different countries around the globe.

Dr Sowe revealed that sometime ago, Humanity First Gambia ago signed an MOU with the Edward Francis Small Teaching Hospital to work hand in glove to deliver adequate and quality health care to the population. The free medical camp.

Deputy Governor of Lower River Region, Lamin Darboe and the chief of Jarra East, Abdoulie Kanagie both commended Humanity First for its valuable services to humanity.

The free medical camp will continue next week in communities in North Bank Region.