Nana Appiah Mensah, CEO of Zylofon Media, is not all about the glitz and the glamour; he is also into lots of charity, philanthropy and goodwill, via his charity unit, NAM Mission – www.entertainmentgh.com is privy to this!
Reputable firms, GCB Bank, KlinikumSüdstadt, BoddenKliniken, Brain Project and NAM Mission in collaboration with The Rebecca Foundation, is undertaking a medical outreach programme in Ghana from 19th March to 5th April, 2018.
The medical outreach programme dubbed “Restoring Hope”, seeks to provide free medical diagnosis, surgeries, treatments and consultancy to underprivileged members of the Ghanaian society who cannot pay for these services. This medical outreach programme would also serve as a platform to facilitate and promote the exchange of ideas between Ghanaian, German and USA doctors.
As part of publicity and awareness creation, members of the organizing committee would be on selected television and radio channels to discuss the programme.
Screening in Accra takes place on the 5th Of March to the 7th Of March, 2018 inside the Ussher Polyclinic, La General Hospital, Family Health Hospital and Ridge hospital.
Screening in Ashanti and the Northern Region will as well take place between the 8th and 9th Of March 2018 at the St. Michaels Hospital, Kumewu polyclinic and the Tamale Central Hospital.
Treatment and surgeries to take place from 6th March to 5th Of April, 2018. For further information, kindly contact 0553025311 or 020296799.
GCB Bank and NAM (Nana Appiah Mensah) Mission collaborate with the Rebecca foundation with support from the Global Outreach Consortium join forces to embark on this innovative venture “Restoring Hope”.