London-based group donates to communities

The Breman Association, a London-based group of citizens from the Asikuma-Odoben-Brakwa (AOB) District in the Central Region, has donated medical items to the Breman Brakwa Health Centre to assist in healthcare delivery in the community.

The items, which included orthopaedic mattresses, sanitisers, mops, disinfectants, a cabinet and special dresses for nurses, were presented on behalf of the association by its chairman, Mr Alexander Amaadzi.

Mr Amaadzi commended the Rentokil Initial Memorial Hospital of the United Kingdom and its management for their support in the initiative.

The Regional Operations Director, Mr Jonathan Green, and Angie Greene, General Manager, both of the hospital, paid 2,000 pound sterling for freight for the shipment of the items.

Mr Amaadzi said 14 beds would be made available by the association to health facilities in the district early this year, and promised the continued support of the association to health facilities. 

The District Chief Executive for AOB, Mr Samuel Adom Botchwey, tasked the hospital staff to put the equipment to good use to enhance healthcare delivery in the facility, and commended members of the association for their efforts to support the government in the health sector.

The Medical Assistant in charge of the centre, Mr Justice Aubin-Nyarkoh, who represented the District Director of the Ghana Health Service, commended the association for its kind gesture.

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