A group of young University of Ghana students is making a great impact on the Ghanaian society, with their smart and modern approach of health delivery within Greater Accra and its environs.
The Legon students, who are drawn from the College of Health Sciences are said to be changing the lives of many vulnerable people with their aggressive campaign, ‘The Health Factor’.
The students who are set to find solutions to some health related matters have embarked on an ambitious journey that is about to change the face of health delivery among the aged population.
The ‘Health Factor’ campaign the group say aims at reaching out to vulnerable people in Ghanaian society who are 45-years and above.
According to reports, the aggressive health campaign was spearheaded by a 22-year-old Legon student, Emmanuel Sosa, to provide free medical care for vulnerable Ghanaians.
Reports say, the group somewhere last year embarked on a fund raising exercise towards health screening campaign at the West Hills Mall in Accra.
A member of the group in an interaction with YEN.com.gh, disclosed that this year’s health campaign and screening will focus more on religious bodies and other organized groups mainly in Accra.
The group is therefore calling on NGOs, companies and individuals who are interested in the vision of ‘Health Factor’ to reach out their necessary support to them via Facebook.
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