We Bring Good Tidings Through Community, Prison, Secondary School, Orphanages And Church Outreaches. Also, We Equip Ourselves Through Seminars, Symposium, Fellowship, Retreats And Discipleship etc.
Building A Gathering Of God’s Children Founded On The Core Values Of Oneness, Family And Excellence, Born In The Spirit of Love, Guided By Sound Catholic Principles Made Manifest In The Selfless Service To Humanity, Leading To The Salvation Of All.
To Bring The Reign of God Into The Lives Of All Men, Through Holistic HealthCare Delivery.
FECAMDS is an acronym which stands for Federation of Catholic Medical and Dental Students and an affiliate of the Nigeria Federation of Catholic Students.
Born in 1992 by some founding members and orchestrated by Dr. Charles Njoku, a then student from the University of Calabar, Cross River State, with an aim of empowering catholic healthcare students both academically and spiritually so they would be imparted with the value of serving humanity through healthcare as well as ensuring excellence.
We have a mission to bring the reign of God into the lives of all men through holistic healthcare delivery and a vision to build a gathering of Gods’ children founded in oneness, family and excellence, born in the spirit of love guided by sound catholic principles made manifest in the selfless service to humanity and leading to the salvation of all. These (the mission and vision statements) in 2013/2014 FECAMDS year, were propounded to further direct all we do and identify what we stand for under the then leadership of Bro. Fabian Adili-George (LASU).
However in 2004, FECAMDS celebrated a decade of unity following a fully laid down foundation in 1994 and since then, FECAMDS has not looked back. It has grown from strength to strength albeit its challenges.More Details
We are FACAMBS, We are More than Just Few, We love what we do, we are proud of our Identity, We love the Gospel
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What Peoples Say about FECAMDS
FECAMDS has really contributed so much to it's community, they practice what the teach.