Chale Foundation, a non-profit organisation committed to improving the livelihoods of children with special needs and other vulnerable groups, has organised a free-medical screening for children with special needs.
The foundation, for the past three years, has provided primary healthcare services mainly through medical outreaches, support services, research and advocacy to children of Dzorwulu Special School, the Teshie Orphanage and the Aboom Special School.
Ing. Kwaku A. Dovlo, Director, Fundraising said the aim of the organisation is to provide primary health care to these groups. He added that: “We envisage a Ghana where there is equity for kids with special needs ,orphans, disabled and other vulnerable populations via sustainable ways of improving health and other socioeconomic outcomes. Chale foundation is self-funded by volunteers and Executives with one (1) permanent staff”
“During screenings, we solicit the support of well-meaning organizations who have given much needed support over the years like Speed Medical Centre, Wop3car, Spectacular Optics, Moore pictures, Kuulpeeps, Ergonomics Consultancy, Inlatis, Arch Image Architectural consult, Happy-Hub, Remodel IT consult and JSA Consulting Limited”, he said.
Director of Digital Services, Mr. Issifu Seidu also noted that, Chale foundation believes in a sustainable model of care thus all beneficiaries are enrolled on NHIS to guarantee sustainability and continued care.
He added that the foundation is open for support from corporate institutions and individuals to provide care for such vulnerable groups.
Chale foundation can be reached on 0557731285 or via our website www.foundation.org