15 Aug COVID-19 Fight: OCI Foundation’s materials reach Benue State, as staff and students of the CDM Academy International School, Gboko, Nigeria, benefits; August 14th, 2020)
In continuation of the OCI Foundation’s effort to assist Nigerians in protecting themselves against COVID-19, our customized face masks were presented to the staff and students of the CDM Academy International School, Gboko, Benue State, Nigeria. This was on Friday, August the 14th, 2020.
The Foundation’s COVID-19 materials have been in circulation among Nigeria since the scourge hit the Country, and news on these can be found HERE. Our masks can also be found in parts of Anambra, Benue, Abuja, Kano, Lagos, Gombe and Jigawa States. To get the mask, and benefit from the OCI Foundation’s other activities, “like” our Facebook Page HERE.
In November 2019, the OCI Foundation flagged-off its life-saving Arm our Youths (ArOY) Health Campaign at the CDM Academy International School, Gboko, Benue State, Nigeria, making Benue the 2nd State in Nigeria to benefit from Arm Our Youths (ArOY) Health Campaign. Pictures from the ceremony that introduced the ArOY Campaign to the CDM Academy in late 2019 can be found HERE, while a news report of the event can be watched below.
Earlier OCI intervention in CDM Academy, Gboko, Nigeria
The ArOY Campaign is a novel, Harvard-endorsed, WHO-supported, and evidence-based health promotion initiative of the OCI Foundation, which aims to introduce anti-cervical and anti-breast cancer teachings into the school curriculum of all Nigerian senior secondary schools by 2025, as a way of tackling breast and cervical cancers.
It has the support of the, NextGenU.org (the World’s first online University), the United States Centers for Disease Control (U.S. CDC) and the University of British Columbia, Canada (ranked 45th in the world, according to the 2021 QS World University Ranking). Experts from these institutions, along with others from the University of Saskatchewan (Canada) and the Griffith University (Australia), will work with the OCI Foundation and the Nigerian Government on the roll-out, implementation and monitoring of the ArOY project. In addition, the prestigious Harvard Medical School, USA, of which Dr Chris Ifediora (the Founder of the OCI Foundation) is an Alumnus of, had earlier endorsed the Campaign, and made significant contributions to the Campaign’s design ahead of its roll out in Anambra State last year.
To be part of the ArOY Campaign, and to start benefiting from it immediately, download the OCI CerviBreast App now. It is free on both the Android and Apple stores. Do this now by searching for the App on the smart phone App Store, or through the following links:
Android/Google Play: http://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=au.com.bse.