“Redemption” Mission Project Essay

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There are 3 stages to each year of this “Redemption” mission project, which GOC has already committed itself to implement over the next 5 years.

The First stage: of this “Redemption” mission project, will be our mobile medical (MASH) field units. This first stage is given our highest priority and will be directed toward the village families and children of the young and old who live in extreme poverty by and around these waterways that run throughout the province of the Borg local government outside capital city of New-Bussa. Our medical team primary objective is to eradication this illness referred to as river blindness from the people of the Borgu local government, its villages along the waterway and throughout this province.

The Second stage: of each year of our 5 year mission will focus on GOC, construction and innovation phase to help motivate and jump start the Borg local government economy.

The Third stage: will be our facts finding mission . This stage is extremely important to GOC, “Redemption” mission project. For the collection of these vital medical and non-medical information will eventually be use toward creating and building a in house database to support all our finding . In turn GOC will use its finding to improve our medical services and innovation project. This vital information will help GOC in its research and its development of new ideas to improve our future mission success here in New-Bussa. And in the near future GOC, will be able to share the result with the Borg local government to help create a cense program of its people, its villages and specially help this government strengthen the Borgu healthcare system.

Note: GOC will be prepare in the near future to share and integrate its medical and non-medical finding with national and international humanitarian organization for their financial support by the way of a partnership toward the fight to eradicate this illness referred to as “River Blindness” from Nigeria, W, Africa itself.

The partnership GOC is looking forward to will be in the field of Finance, medical healthcare industry, larger hospital diagnosis and treatment, pharmaceutical research and medical supplier companies, telecommunication and technology innovation, California farming and Growers association, Education Enlightenment program, Clean water system, Bio/sand Brie filter for home use, Sanitation Systems, Sustainable energy (Solar Bakery), Solar and windmill power clean energy, mosquito net program. etc.

The Redemption mission project was planned and design its partnership with the Borgu local government in New-Buss and it people. The project is specifically created to address the daily life style and future illness that my plague this area.

GOC, FIRST YEAR MISSION IN NEW-BUSSA, NIGERIA JUNE 2010

GOC, first year Mission Of Mercy will start in the last 2 weeks in June, 2010. The three stages of our Redemption project with start and end in one fiscal...

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