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COVID-19: Tulsi Chanrai Foundation donates palliative items to support FCTA

Io help cushion the effects, on residents of Federal Capital Territory (FCT), of movement restriction over COVID-19, an Indian firm based in Abuja, Tulsi Chanrai Foundation (TCF), has donated thousands of cartons of Indomie noodles for the vulnerable in society. The firm’s move is in support of government’s palliative measures. Minister of State, FCT, Dr. …

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Fighting Blindness

Fighting Blindness In Nigeria: TCF’s Contribution to Nation Building

Mallam Abdullahi Idris, who hails from Nasarawa local government of Kano state, but currently lives in Suleja, Niger State, was almost going blind until he had an encounter with the Tulsi Foundation Eye Hospital, Abuja. A petty trader, who said he is 65-years-old, narrated how he gradually started losing his sight about five years ago. …

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How the Tulsi Chanrai Family, FCT Minister are changing lives

There are so many feats that touch the underprivileged and vulnerable which are being accomplished by Minister of Federal Capital Territory (FCT), Malam Muhammad Musa Bello, that go virtually unreported. For instance, is there any place in FCT where those at the lowest rungs of society can go and receive free, yes, absolutely free, high …

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Commissioning of Tulsi Chanrai Foundation Eye Hospital by President Muhammadu Buhari

Eye-care in Nigeria is all set to take a quantum leap into the future with the commissioning of the Tulsi Chanrai Foundation Eye Hospital by Muhammadu Buhari, President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria on July 11th, 2019. We at Tulsi Chanrai Foundation believe that eradicating curable blindness not only offers a person the gift …

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