Students of CSS, Oroworukwo, Port Harcourt Suffering from Asthma Will Receive Free Treatment from the Foundation
The Care Across Borders Foundation (CABF) has announced the postponement of its highly anticipated free asthma treatment program. Originally slated to take place on Wednesday, June 28, 2023, the event has been postponed and will now be held on Friday, June 30, 2023, to ensure optimal participation and convenience for the attendees.
A statement by the Chairman of the Foundation, Rtn Jennifer Adasa Chile said the shift of date was occasioned by the celebration of Eid-el-Kabir which has Wednesday and Thursday as public holidays declared by the federal government.
She said the decision to shift the event was further made after careful consideration of various factors, including the availability of medical personnel and volunteers. She said by adjusting the date, the CAB Foundation intends to ensure a smooth and efficient treatment process, allowing maximum participation and benefit for the students.
She announced that the rescheduled event will take off by 9 am at the designated venue, adding that Students of CSS, Oroworukwo suffering from asthma are encouraged to attend and take advantage of the specialized treatment and care provided by the experienced medical professionals associated with the CAB Foundation.
Asthma is a prevalent respiratory condition that affects millions of people globally. Recognizing the importance of addressing this health issue promptly, the CAB Foundation is taking proactive steps to alleviate the suffering of CSS students afflicted with asthma. Through this free treatment program, students will receive specialized care and support to manage their condition and improve their overall well-being.