The Rotary Club of Jos has donated adult diapers, dressing drums and bed sheets to the Vesico Vaginal Fistula (VVF) ward at the Bingham University Teaching Hospital, Jos.
Mrs Anne Banfa, the immediate past president of the Rotary Club of Jos, disclosed this on Monday in Jos at the investiture ceremony of the new 48th President, Chike Ogueli.
She recalled that during her one year in office as the president, the club donated text books, exercise books and planted trees at the Federal Government College, Jos, and the Air force Military School, Jos.
Similarly, she disclosed that food items, blankets, clothing, toiletries were also given to the Heritage Children’s home.
Banfa also said that the club in a bid to improving the water and sanitary conditions of the people constructed toilets at the Women Skill Acquisition Centre, Riyom, and dug a motorised borehole at Zambrinentapmwa Children Centre.
According to her, the club also constructed a multimillion naira kitchen at Zambrinentapmwa children centre in Jos South which is 75 per cent completed.
Banfa said that the projects achieved are in line with Rotary’s mandate of serving humanity.
The outgoing president expressed her gratitude to the members of the club, especially Mrs Abigail Tyoden and Mr Nisma Ekere, the Managing Director of the Niger Delta Development Cooperation (NDDC), for their unflinching support during her tenure.
The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports the club also gave out six tricycles to some physically challenged persons during the investiture.