As part of the commemoration of ECOWAS Day May 28, the EVP team fully participated in the organized roadshow to create more visibility for the programme and provide free medical checkups to the public.
The roadshow was a success, as it attracted a large turnout of people who were interested in learning more about the programme and receiving medical attention. The EVP team set up tents and medical stations along the road, where trained medical professionals administered free medical checkups to participants. The medical checkups covered a range of health issues, including blood pressure, blood sugar etc.
In addition to the medical checkups, the EVP team also provided information on ECOWAS Vission 2050 and its activities to participants. The EVP team explained the objectives of the programme, the eligibility criteria, and the benefits of volunteering. They also shared success stories of past volunteers, which inspired many participants to consider joining the programme.
The roadshow was an effective way of creating awareness about ECOWAS and promoting its objectives. It also provided an opportunity for the public to access free medical checkups, which is particularly important in a region where healthcare is often inaccessible or unaffordable. The EVP team demonstrated its commitment to regional development by providing this valuable service to the public.
Overall, the roadshow was a great success and demonstrated the potential of volunteerism in promoting regional integration and development.