“What matters is not what we get, but what we give.”
Last year, Dr. Yusuf Ojoola, who is popularly referred to as Yomi by all and sundry, led a team to South Sudan where they administered medical help to several South Sudanese people: men, women and children.
When asked what his motivation for setting up Doctors Act – a social project providing help to communities through a local doctor. – he said, “I realised that as medical students, we could make a difference in communities by offering our services and knowledge.”
This year, Doctor’s Act will lead teams to 4 countries : South Africa, Nigeria, Ghana and South Sudan.
To support the ‘Beauty In Small Deeds’ volunteer program, www.dosomething.Ike-amadi.com will give 5 roubles (25 Naira) to Doctor’s Act for every ‘like’ on this article. This is based on the ‘do something’ philosophy of www.ike-amadi.com. (This will run from July 03 – July 07, 2012.)
I was not able to be part of the team last year, and I am not able to be part of the team this year as well.
I am also using this medium to appeal to you to also support in any way you can.
Your donation, no matter how small, could be the one that will be used to secure a toothbrush for that little boy or girl in desperate need of one.
To give, please contact Dr Yusuf here or send a mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you are not in a position to give to Doctor’s Act, then please ‘like’ and and share this article with your friends.
for more information, visit www.doctorsact.ru
Let us join hands to make the world a better place whilst sharing God’s love.
God bless you.
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