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NGOs donate to health institutions in Birim North District


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Donation NGOs Birim North District

New Abirem (E/R), July 13, GNA – The Ntiamoah
Foundation and the Ghana Hope Foundation have donated health materials worth GH¢1,159,990.00
to the New Abirem Government Hospital and some health centres in the Eastern
Region.

The items; were 50 electronic beds and their
accessories and 57 mattresses to be distributed to eight Community-Based Health
Planning Service (CHPS) compounds.

Beneficiary

New Abirem (E/R), July 13, GNA – The Ntiamoah
Foundation and the Ghana Hope Foundation have donated health materials worth GH¢1,159,990.00
to the New Abirem Government Hospital and some health centres in the Eastern
Region.

The items; were 50 electronic beds and their
accessories and 57 mattresses to be distributed to eight Community-Based Health
Planning Service (CHPS) compounds.

Beneficiary communities include; Akuase,
Chechenku, Nkwarteng and Okaikrom in the Birim North District.

Mr Godwin Atidiga, the Project Coordinator of
Ntiamoah Foundation, who presented the items on behalf of the Executive
Director said their gesture was to help improve health services to the people.

Dr Alexander Osei-Bonsu, the Medical
Superintendent of the New Abirem Government Hospital who received the items
expressed gratitude to the two Non-Governmental Organisations (NGOs) for their
frequent generosity to health facilities in the area.

He said the items would make their work easy
whilst giving patients comfortability.

Mr Victor Apandia, the Administrator of the
New Abirem Government Hospital assured the donors of proper maintenance of the
materials to prolong their lifespan and further appealed to the organisations
and other philanthropists for more support.

Nana Baffour Okai Mireku I, the Odikro of
Okaikrom appealed to NGOs to improve the services of the CHPS compounds. 

The Ntiamoah Foundation, a Non-Profit
Organisation established in 2006 in a joint efforts with the Ghana Hope
Foundation, an American-based organization is to support Ghana in the areas of
health and education.

GNA


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