Against the backdrop of her recently released movie,

Linus’ Extended Hands Foundation in conjunction with SNEPCo/NNPC help 50 women formerly suffering from Vesico Vaginal Fistula (VVF) by giving them a chance to live normal lives again.

The women had the repair surgeries done at no cost to them and their families.

The exercise which was carried out at the Ministry of Women Affairs & Social Development VVF Center in Gesse, Birin-Kebbi was a successful one as the women all had successful surgeries and were nursed back to health at the hospital.

Since its inception, the goal of the Extended Hands Foundation founded by Nollywood star actress Stephanie Linus has been to restore hope and put smiles on the faces of women.

This pool effort goes a long way to show that her award winning movie 'DRY' is more than just a movie, but a tool for touching the lives of women actually living with this condition.