PROLIFIC DREAM COME TRUE EPIC: MEET DR EUNICE ORTOM, A FIRST LADY WHO DREAMT OF TOUCHING LIVES LIKE MOTHER THERESA






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Charity is a supreme virtue, and the great channel through which the mercy of God is passed onto mankind. Conrad Hilton
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“Charity is a supreme virtue, and the great channel through which the mercy of God is passed onto mankind”- Conrad Hilton

When growing up as a little kid, Benue first lady, Dr. Mrs. Eunice Ortom read a story on Mother Therese , the great giver of hoe to the hopeless, and she keyed in-signed a pact with God and kept dreaming

Her covenant with  God? Make me great and successful and I will dedicate all my entire life touching lives of the poor, needy and disadvantage in the land

Today, like every dream comes true, Dr. Mrs. Eunice Ortom has risen to top of women politics and now the First lady of Benue state, her Spring of Life Foundation (ESLF) is a pet project Founded in May last year, the foundation only recently celebrated her first anniversary where the founder unveiled the cardinal objectives behind its formation and equally highlighted some modest achievements it has recorded within the period under review.

This is vintage charity giver Mrs. Ortom for you, hear her in a revert to WORLD LEADERS, CHARITY UNIT

“I chose to be a source that would reflect joy, happiness, rejuvenation, renewal, what­ever good that would lead to meaningful life. It is my wish that the Eunice Spring of Life will be known as one reserved for those who may truly need us to be a spring in their steps, sunshine in their dark hours, or water to wet their dry land and warmth in their season of winter.”




  

“The funds that will be raised today (14th May, 2016) will partly be used to build a can­cer centre, the money donated will be used to acquire modern medical equipment. We will offer cancer testing (free) and treatment services and work to do away with stigmatiza­tion, which leads many women with cervical cancer to live in self-denial and claim that the ailment they are suffering from is fibroid.



“Today is a great day for us seated here to support and con­tribute to having a mother and child hospital where pregnant women and children from 0-5 years can access free medi­cal care beginning in our state capital and God willing in our Local Government Areas.”



ON HER NGO’S ACHIEVEMENT SO FAR, SHE OPINES

 “In the area of health, over twenty thousand people have benefited from the free medical outreaches carried out across Benue State under the BEWIP (a prayer group ini­tiative of the Founder) and ESLF collaborations, and the most recent ESLF mega medi­cal outreach that included sur­geries, incisions, excisions and minor refractive eye treatment amongst other health care ser­vices. Fourteen cancer patients are currently undergoing treat­ment in their different stages at the Benue State University Teaching Hospital. Work has commenced and is ongoing at the site for the first Oncology Center in the North



Central, it is the Founder’s hope that the centre would be completed and commis­sioned before the second an­niversary of the foundation. The attraction of UNICEF increased funding to Benue State through the active par­ticipation of the Founder in the campaign against HIV/AIDS especially in adolescents and young persons. Land h was also been acquired for the building of the rehabilitation centre for mother and child care.’’



In Education, she informed that the foundation has so far achieved thus; “the Founda­tion has given scholarships to students in secondary, tertiary institutions and law school. Lit­eracy campaign has been car­ried out in two editions now; extra-curricular activities were organized last summer like tal­ent development and sports. Recently scholarships were given to 350 candidates for the 2017 JAMB/UTME. Screening is ongoing to select students for next session’s scholarship for both secondary and tertiary.



“In Agriculture, Dr Ortom said, “the Foundation em­barked on a farming project in four communities Raav, Howe, Taraku and Aondoana in Gwer West LGA of Benue State, where soy beans, maize and sesame were cultivated. The project yielded a harvest of over a hundred bags of the crops which was evenly distrib­uted between the Foundation and the community. Fifty hect­ares of land has been acquired for demonstration farms where the Foundation in partnership with modern technique farm­ers like Songhai Farms from Porto Novo, will be training farmers to step down modern agricultural techniques in their farming activities to boost their productivity. This will go a long way to boost the economy of the state too.’’


*THAT IS DR MRS ORTOM FOR YOU


·        The World leaders .com
(Charity unit wishes her all the very best in her pursuit of hope to the hopeless

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