Ivolu International has registered 500 children at Ga Mashie as part of their pilot project.
The exercise came with a health screening which benefited children and some young adults.
The health screening was done for malaria and check for hypertension.
The team also did a mass deworming exercise for the children.
They had three doctors, four nurses and one pharmacist who were volunteers that supported the exercise.
The Ivolu Team visited the Ga Mantse, King Tackie Teiko Tsuru II, earlier in December 2018 to announce the project which was well received and well patronized on January 26, 2019.
IVOLU is a voluntary organization founded in 2016.
The Formation of the NGO was inspired by works done by its founders with various non-profit and philanthropic organizations over the years.
iVolu’s objective is to create the spirit of volunteerism across all walks of life without barriers.
By citinewsroom.com | Ghana