Mrs. Oyebola Adeleye got a grant of 100,000 Naira from HEWSF

Mrs. Oyebola Adeleye is a widow in her thirties with a set of 11 year old twins and a 9 year old. She was a teacher with the Lagos State Government before she lost her job about 2 years ago. She also lost her husband about a year ago. Shortly after she lost her husband, her house was razed to the ground by fire and she lost all she had. She had to put up in a nearby C& S Church as there was no relation or anyone willing to take her and her children

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Health Mission offers free surgery for 15 indigent patients

But for the free Benign Jaw Tumour Surgery Mission held in Owo, Ondo State, last month, 15 indigent patients might have never smiled again. In several ways, the Mission, put together by the Health, Education, Work and Shelter, HEWS, HEWSF, in collaboration with the Federal Medical Centre,  Owo, held from June 18-22, 2012, was in a life saver. Dozens of  patients came from far away places  such as Sobe, a border town between Ondo and

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UBTH to partner Foundation on free jaw disorder surgery

BENIN—THE authorities of University of Benin Teaching Hospital, UBTH, are to partner Health, Education, Work and Shelters, HEWS, Foundation, in providing free surgery for people suffering from jaw tumours in the next three years. Chief Medical Director of UBTH, Prof. Michael Ibadin, who disclosed this in Benin City, said the partnership with the Foundation may also be extended after the first three years to ensure that all those suffering any form

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HEWS Foundation in June 2013, embarked on another outreach to Lagos State University Teaching Hospital, Ikeja, Lagos. 21 surgeries were carried with a blend of Cancrun nasails, Benign Jaw Tumour, Cleft Lip and Palate comprising of 6 adults and 15 children who benefitted from the Free Medical Mission. In line with HEWS Foundation goal of ‘ helping poor people live healthy lives, get good education, decent shelter and gain the power to lift themselves

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Lagos State University teaching Hospital

Tomiwa Oloruntoba is one of HEWS FOUNDATION beneficiaries from LASUTH under its health intervention scheme for indigent Nigerians. She was discharged from the hospital on 15th August 2012 after 8months of stay. Through a special concession granted by common entrance examination board, she was able to sit for her common entrance examination which she passed to junior secondary school. Unfortunately, she was unable to resume with her mates due to the

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