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Update - Anẹ-Igala, Give Back Projects

Igala UK headlines a number of projects captioned as the “Give Back to Motherland” projects.

These comprise initiatives in scholarships and bursaries to indigent students, books and equipment for schools and hospitals, donations, health/welfare outreach and other community enablement initiatives for our people in ane Igala.

Want to know more about what we've been up to in 2021? Read on...

Thursday 08 July 2021. Godswill Orphanage Agala-ate, Ayingba

The Chairman Igala UK visited the Godswill orphanage in Agala-ate, Anyigba.

On behalf of Igala UK, he presented story books for nursery and primary schools to the orphanage. He was received by the Founder Mrs Elizabeth Okpanachi who was effusive in her gratitude for the kind spiritedness of Igala UK.

The pictures below show a subset of the books delivered, signing the visitors book and addressing some of the pupils.

Godswill Orphanage Founder Mrs Opkanachi & Igala UK Chairman

Thursday 8 July 2021. School of Nursing, Ochadamu, Ofu

Igala UK delivered some medical and nursing books to the school in June 2021. A visit by Chairman Igala UK enabled the school dep. Provost, Mr Francis Animoku to express his deep appreciation to Igala UK and solicit for further support.

School of Nursing Ochadamu: Igala UK Chairman With Staff and Students

School of Nursing Ochadamu: Library

Monday 7 June 2021. Presentation of Medical Books To The School of Nursing, Ochadamu, Ofu

One of the projects carried over have been the supply of medical and nursing books, journals and training videos to educational institutions in ane Igala. The books were received by the Chairman Board of Governors of the school, Elder John Okpanachi and the Provost, Alhaji Salawu Yahaya in a modest ceremony on the school’s premises on or about Monday 7 June 2021.

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