7th October, 2017- Cape Coast- Chalé Foundation, a nonprofit organisation that is committed to improving the livelihoods of disabled and disadvantaged children by providing primary healthcare services mainly through medical outreach, support service, has organized a health screening for the students of Aboom Special School.
Chalé Foundation is currently embarking on a new initiative to provide further opportunities to disabled and disadvantaged children through education and employment opportunities. Chale Foundation is therefore committed to ensuring that no child is left behind.
The organization collaborated with doctors from Accra and Cape Coast to screen the students, teachers and the parents on pressing health issues including eye screening, malaria, blood, sugar / glucose level and others.
However , aside the students going through the screening, they had the best part of the day as others members of Chale Foundation took them to the play ground to paint their faces with beautiful arts, danced and enjoyed some pastries.
Chalé Foundation Organizes Health Screening For Aboom School For Special Needs
Chale Foundation has been in existence for the past 3 years and has organized such projects for students in Dzowulu Special School, Nungua Special School and other projects that need their support.
The NGO also donated first aid items to the school and promised to provide more in aid of keeping these special kids in school and healthy.
Mr. Albert Acquah, the PRO and Co-founder of Chale Foundation used this medium to thank Phoenix Insurance Company Limited, Speed medical, Midea, Awake water, Electroland, Magico and DoctorsAct for the support over the years.
He kindly requested the general public to come to their aid in promoting this primary medical healthcare to the marginalized and the disabled which is their core value. Individuals and institutions may donate to this cause by visiting this LINK to donate.
The foundation, unlike others, has taken upon itself to continue caring and paying for children who need medical attention after the screening.