Wirnso Gives Back project at the Nso Palace.
The annual health screening project sponsored by Banin UK and coordinated by Bongaman Edwin Lukong kick started Saturday 26/12/2015 at the Nso palace early that morning as the indigenes stormed the palace to have themselves checked free of charge thanks to the donors from Banin Uk and volunteers all over the country that sacrifice to make Nso a healthy Kingdom to live…
A final planning meeting took place on the 25th Dec 2015 in Kumbo facilitated by the Coordinator Bongaman to ensure all was in place…
The initiative was launched as instructions were given to the hundreds of people that appeared to collect numbers on how to be attended to. These people shall be screened from all forms of diseases, cancer, diabetes, Hiv AIDS, etc and advice given on how to handle these issues with references.
Worth mentioning that some benefactors from the UK shall also be at home to witness and assist in one form or another, on the ground we have Theiry Kuwan , the family of Rev. Ngamsha Nguruh Biakai and a host of others.
Here are some of the images of day one screening.
The consultation phase saturday afternoon at the Nso palace for the Wirnso Gives Back Initiative sponsored by Banin UK, Coordinated and implemented by Bongaman wo Wan Lukong, gave the patients room for private consultations after a morning general instructions.
Day Two of Wirnso Gives Back Initiative:
Yesterday the Initiative had more than 500 patients that was reduced to 250 to avoid longer waiting time. Today the 250 were allowed to come asking the last 100 to come after lunch, many did not see reasons for this cut as waiting means nothing to them but for the facilitators it gives them room to work without pressure:
All the outreach sections (except the eye clinic that opens on Tuesday) were operational yesterday. They succeeded in bringing a Cervical cancer screening team from Bamenda at the last hour and they screened more than 100 women yesterday.They had a total of 43 volunteers yesterday
Emmanuem Dzernjo all the way from the UK my classmate and youth mate for years was programmed to facilitate volunteers training on Mental Health from 7:30 am to 9am.
Consultations start at 9am and ends at 4pm but it was stretched to 5pm yesterday because some of the volunteers left a little bit early as it was still “Christmas” and there were still lots of celebrations around the place. This report is also in collaboration with the project coordinator Bongaman Lukong and one of the volunteers from the UK Nsoyuni Marie Claire
Wishing you all a nice Sunday
We remain grateful to those who contribute positively in many ways to make Nso a better kingdom to live in.
Shey Tatah Sevidzem (Wo Scandy)