February 5, 2024

Insulin for Life, Hammer Home Glucose Partners LIFT4Africa in Diabetes Health Outreach

On Monday -14th August 2023, a team of LIFT4Africa volunteers received gift donation from Insulin for Life USA through Hammer Home The Glucose.

This donations comprises of;

1. Two (2) Glucometer Machine.

2. One (1) carton of Accuchek Test Strip (36 * 50)

3. Three (3) carton of Lancet (600*3).

4. Insulin

This mean we have most of the resources and manpower we need to carryout outreach for the next 3 to 5 months and more of these items would be given to us upon demand.

On behalf the entire volunteers of Life Transformation For Africa Initiative – Lift4Africa our Board of Directors say THANKS FOR MAKING HEALTH FOR ALL PROJECT A REALITY!!!

To whom much is given much is expected…. We would continue to do our best in awareness creation, sensitization and enlightenment.

With this supply we kick off our Health for All Project!

Appreciation!
1. Insulin for Life
2. Hammer Home The Glucose
3. Steven Happiness Foundation
4. Dr. Mrs. Nwoke

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