JDPC Onitsha observed UN World Humanitarian Day on 19th August, 2020 at two riverine communities – Atani and Umueze-Anam with the theme: Providing Life Saving Support during the Pandemic (for people living with disabilities and vulnerable persons). The following items were given out to the targeted persons; 10 bags of rice, 10 cartons of tomatoes, 10 litres of groundnut oil, 20kg semolina, 4 gallons of cooking oil and 4bags of fairly used clothes. 6 cripples and 4 blind persons – 3 adolescent girls, a male adolescent, an orphan, 3 women and two men.
CANCER IS A KILLER DISEASE Let’s close the care gap let’s do it together, let’s end cancer now. Support Jdpc Onitsha in closing the care gap for Breast and Cervical cancer. we will not lose our own to cancer! Acct Name: JDPC Onitsha Bank: Fidelity. Acct 5600476052 SHARE THISREAD MORE
Breast and Cervical Cancer is a killer disease, let’s end cancer now. JDPC ONITSHA in collaboration with PINK HEALTH FOUNDATION holds a one-day Awareness and Education Programme on Breast and Cervical Cancer. Venue: St Jude Catholic Church Fegge Date: Saturday 5th February 2022. Time: 10am. Join us live on Radio Sapientia, 95.3FM as we discuss […]READ MORE