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Update on MTN Foundation Maternal Ward Support Project: Installation Ongoing in 4 Oyo Hospitals

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Following the last announcement on the ongoing renovation work by the MTN Foundation (MTNF) and JNCI, on Maternal Ward Support initiative in six states- Abia, Cross River, Oyo, Niger, Kaduna and Sokoto- equipment have arrived in Oyo State. The equipment have been installed in the four beneficiary hospitals in Oyo; Ring Road State Hospital, Ibadan; Adeoyo Maternity Hospital, Ibadan; General Hospital Oyo and General Hospital, Igbeti.

See photos from the newly equipped wards…

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Under this project, MTNF has taken up the mandate to renovate 24 maternal centres in the six beneficiary states. According to MTN, the Maternal Ward Support initiative is aimed at complementing the national objective of reducing maternal and infant mortality in Nigeria.

Renovation and installation work has also commenced in the other beneficiary states; Cross River, Abia, Sokoto, Kaduna and Niger.

Click these links to view photos of the demolition and renovation stages in Oyo…

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6 Comments

  1. Project Godoji

    April 8, 2016 at 1:06 pm

    Beautiful, beautiful! This is what I hope to be able to achieve in my NGO, Project Godoji, when we build the clinic and set up the poultry farm. I really wish I could contact MTN Foundation and see how we could partner. Please, BN community, try and check out our page at
    facebook.com/ProjectGodoji

  2. queenbee

    April 8, 2016 at 2:10 pm

    Wow so beautiful MTN you too much ,this kind of gestures makes me smile

  3. mhhhh

    April 8, 2016 at 2:52 pm

    Great South African company improving the lives on Nigerians and I have never seen anything about Nigerian companies.. MTN is doing a lot for Nigeria… let the haters hate… it is a fact… U NEED US south African… KLAAR

    • Mz Socially Awkward....

      April 13, 2016 at 9:57 am

      Great South African company making shed loads of money in Nigeria. MTN needs the billions it expatriates from Nigeria to its home country.

      And please don’t come here and act like there wouldn’t be xenophobic rallies and protests on your streets if it were a Nigerian company doing the same thing in South Africa and setting itself up as your telecoms giant. You would have found a way to burn the building down by now…

  4. Responsible Government

    April 8, 2016 at 5:17 pm

    This is a very nice gesture on MTN’s part. My concern however, is that we have a very bad maintenance habit in Nigeria. In two years, all these beds and equipments will be broken and then back to square one.

  5. slice

    April 8, 2016 at 6:33 pm

    Mtn would it be bad to separate the rooms. What type of large Hall dorm style of collecting sick folks is this. U try but pls do better small

    At least you’re better than pepsi

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