A Primary Health Care Centre in Sina Kwande, Michika Local Government of Adamawa, has become a beacon of hope and support for the community due to the efforts of eminent Senator Abbo Ishaku.
This vital infrastructure serves as a base for improving the health and well-being of the residents in the region.
The establishment of the health centre has significantly enhanced access to essential healthcare services for the local population.
By catering to the primary healthcare needs of the community, the centre has helped in addressing prevalent health challenges and promoting preventive care.
Distinguished Senator Abbo Ishaku’s dedication to contributing to the welfare of the people of Adamawa is reflected in the construction of this much-needed healthcare facility.
The centre stands as a testament to the importance of investing in healthcare infrastructure and ensuring that quality healthcare services are accessible to all, irrespective of their socio-economic status.
The Primary Health Care Centre in Sina Kwande represents a commendable commitment to improving public health and underscores the value of collaborative efforts in fostering healthier communities.
It serves as a model for promoting primary healthcare services in rural areas and serves as a testament to the positive impact of strategic and purposeful community development initiatives.
The primary health care centre will provide many benefits to the people around them. Especially pregnant women and women with small children.
The centre will provide needed care both during pregnancy and after pregnancy; with this, pregnant mothers don’t need to travel far away to hospitals and medical centres.
The senator also said that the administration would make a team of health experts that will carry out visits at needed intervals of time and will ensure by inspecting that everything and the medical processes are going right. The senator also added that he would be part of the team whenever a visit occurs.