Project Caucus Provides Free Medical Screening For The Aged In Ashaiman Methodist Church (Photo)

A Non-Governmental Organization (NGO) Project Caucus, geared toward taking the needs of the elderly people in the society have provided free medical care, feeding to the aged in the entire Ashaiman circuit of the Methodist Church.

Speaking at the event which held on September 1, 2018 at the Ashaiman Methodist Church, Naomi Chai, vice president of  the NGO,  stated that taking care of the elderly people in the society is a dream come true for the NGO because “our parents especially the aged have contributed so much to the grooming and success of the young ones in our society therefore taking care of their needs and ensuring their health" is a way of saying thank you to them and that the NGO has dedicated September 21 of every year "to provide such free medical care, feed them and many more to the elderly people in our society.”

She bemoaned how people have marked residents of Ashaiman with various stigmas such as stealing, disloyalty, armed robbery and other social vices which is demoralizing and unacceptable because Project Caucus was founded 7years ago by a  group of young people who were born and raised in Ashaiman and they have been taking care of the aged long before the NGO was formed. 

She therefore pleaded with the public to stop associating Ashaiman with social vices and also solicited for funds and support  for the NGO “ Project Caucus” to enable them stretch their tentacles and keep organizing this annual program for the elderly in our society.

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