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Free Medical Outreach: Our Source Of Livelihood Polluted, Bayelsa Community Cries Out To IOCs

A renewed call has gone to the International Oil Companies (IOCs), Governments, NGOs and spirited individuals to pull resources together towards funding quality healthcare services and provision of potable drinking water to
By : Odumehaje Medical Mission | May 21, 2021
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Free Medical Outreach: Bayelsa 69 Years Old, Others Got Free Surgeries Courtesy HTI, OCMM

One Mr. Abraham of Bayelsa State has benefited from a free lipomectomy of a huge lipoma of the upper back from which he had suffered for thirty four years due to lack
By : Odumehaje Medical Mission | May 21, 2021
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Free Medical Outreach: Bayelsa Community Expresses Gratitude to OCMM, HTI

A Christian Missionary Group under the auspices of Odumehaje Christian Medical Mission, OCMM, in partnership with the Helping Team International, HTI has embarked on a 3-day free Medical-Surgical Mission at Egbemo- Angalabiri
By : Odumehaje Medical Mission | May 21, 2021
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Free Medical Outreach: HTI And OCMM Arrive Yenagoa; Set For Tunu-Egbemo Communities

Tunu and Egbemo Angalabiri Communities of Ekeremo local government area of Bayelsa state are to benefit from a three-day Free Medical and Surgical Outreach Organised by Helping Team International, HTI and Odumehaje
By : Odumehaje Medical Mission | May 13, 2021
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World Health Day: Support Health Volunteers With Grants; Health Philanthropist Appeals.

A Consultant Family Physician with the 44 Nigerian Army Reference Hospital Kaduna, Dr. Paul Odumu has appealed to the UN, governments, national and international Organizations to provide grants for rural Nonprofit Organizations
By : Odumehaje Medical Mission | Apr 9, 2021
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DR. PAUL HONOURED AMOUNG OTHERS AS NKST KADUNA PASTOR CELEBRATES 10TH PRIESTLY ANNIVERSARY AT EASTER

A renewed call has gone to the Nigerian Christians and Faith Based Organizations across the country to intensify recognition to christians who have distinguished themselves for the service of God and humanity
By : Odumehaje Medical Mission | Apr 9, 2021
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