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Know What Didier Drogba Did With $1Million Dollars

The Ivorian legend and former national team captain Didier Drogba has kept his promise of building five hospitals in his home country of...

The Ivorian legend and former national team captain Didier Drogba has kept his promise of building five hospitals in his home country of Ivory Coast by launching the first of the five hospitals.
The launched hospital according to Black Box Nigeria is situated in the Attecoube district of the country’s main commercial city Abidjan.
The $1 million health complex will mainly cater for less privileged women and children, according to officials.

Built on a plot of 800 square meters, the hospital has many facilities including an ultrasound room, a maternal and child protection unit, an x-ray block, an ultra modern laboratory, a pharmacy and hospitalisation and isolation wards.

About 50,000 patients are expected to get treatment at the facility every year, according to Guy Roland Tanoh, secretary of the Didier Drogba Foundation, which is handling the project.

The remaining four hospitals are under construction in the Ivorian cities of Yamoussoukro, San Pedro, Man and Korhogo and will be inaugurated in the coming months. Drogba’s foundation will hold a gala event in London on April 18 to raise funds.

The Chelsea striker and the Elephants all-time top scorer remains an icon in his homeland despite retiring from the national team, which won the 2015 Africa Cup of Nations in Equatorial Guinea in February.

Drogba played no part in the tournament. Drogba will hope his nation will be able to qualify for the 2017 edition of the African Cup of Nations following the announcement of the qualifying drawson Thursday.
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