A philanthropic group, African Enterprise has donated beds to the Mother and Child Hospital in Kasoa.
The hospital project which started in 2015 has been partially commissioned for use but lacks several amenities.
Presenting the beds which numbered in ten, board chairman of the organization, Rev. Dr. Nii Amoo-Darko underscored the need to support such vital institutions.
“We have come to donate these beds to the facility in order to ensure that patients are very well catered for when they visit here. We also expect that you shall continually sacrifice for the patients who visit here “ he said.
Rev. Dr. Nii Amoo-Darko who is also a former member of the council of state during the era of Late Prof Evans Atta Mills acknowledged workers of the hospital for their salient sacrifices especially during the era of the Coronavirus pandemic.
The group also donated to the facility an upgraded hand washing equipment and sanitizers.
Receiving the items on behalf of the hospital, the Acting Medical Superintendent, Dr Mekano David expressed their profound gratitude and mentioned that, the intervention was timely. He explained that, as a new facility, there are several equipments that would be needed to ameliorate healthcare delivery.
He seized the opportunity to call on other benevolent organizations to emulate the kind gesture of the African Enterprise.
The organization also presented hand washing equipment and hand sanitizers to the Kasoa District Police station.
District Police Commander, Superintendent Charles Odame expressed excitement and pledged to ensure that the equipment are put to good use.
The African Enterprise widened their benevolence by presenting to the Kasoa GPRTU also 200 nose masks, hand sanitizers and hand washing artifacts.
Elated executive members of the GPRTU on behalf of drivers and passengers expressed gratitude to the organization for the gesture.
The African Enterprise is a philanthropic organization which has operated for decades. It’s critical objective is to preach the gospel and also provide pressing needs to the needy in society.