Philanthropist Chinwe Chibuike Covers FBI Africa Magazine, Raises Awareness On Coronavirus Prevention
….Distribute Masks, Gloves, Senitizers
Amidst the global unrest and worries incited by the new SARS2 virus, a Nigeria-US Based Philanthropist and humanitarian, Gloria Chinwe Chibuike, President of Chinwe Chibuike Foundation, has called on strict adherence to directives on the preventive measures required to stay safe from contracting the Covid19 virus. She made the call few days after she was adorned on the cover page of an internationally recognized print publication, FBI Africa, where she was described as the Merchant of Hope.
Speaking to State Press Nigeria in an interview on global awareness and interventions, the president of Chinwe Chibuike foundation spotlighted several areas of relevant interest which her foundation will engage to ease the worries faced by underprivileged persons affected by the outbreak of Covid19 pandemic.
During the interview with State Press Nigeria, Chinwe Chibuike noted that her foundation will be distributing and sharing face masks, hand gloves, sanitizers and extending other humanitarian gestures to under privileged persons to support the management and eventual prevention of the severe acute respiratory infection.
Before now her foundation has been engaged in humanitarian interventions across key areas of social and economic growth, exploring the basic needs of humanity to ensure that the hope and love is shared. In the recent publication of FBI Africa, where Chinwe Chibuike was adorned, the magazine also highlighted some of the extensive strides of US based philanthropist.
Chinwe Chibuike and her foundation is envisioned to create a conducive environment towards the accessibility of healthcare facilities by all, through creating awareness on medical issues, encouraging the people to take advantage of opportunities to get medical examination and care, reducing maternal mortality rate through family planning awareness, providing medical aids for children, adult and the aged and educating the less privileged on their rights to medical facilities in Africa.