Free health Camp
Free health Camp is an activity carried out by Power Oil to provide basic medical care for Nigerian adults and promote healthy consumption among the Nigerian populace by educating people on the detrimental impact of eating food prepared with unbranded oil.
The free health camp initiative which started in August 2014 with only two camps (one in Lagos and the other in Ibadan), now has 15 camps in 14 cities in Nigeria which are: Lagos having two camps, Ibadan, Akure, Ogun, Illorin, Benin, Port Harcourt, Owerri, Onitsha, Kano, Kaduna, Abuja, Enugu, and Warri.
Activities in the free health camp are carried out by brand promoters, certified medical doctors, and supervisors.
The activities carried out at the camp include:
- Engaging participants about the brand and initiative and registering them
- The use of BMI devices to check the Body Mass Index of participants
- The use of sphygmomanometer to check the blood pressure or pulse of participants
- Free Doctor consultation service
- Free samples given to each participant
The Free Health camp initiative is also currently in partnership with government ministries