DMAC donates to Asesewa GRNMA
DMAC donates to Asesewa Ghana Registered Nurses and Midwives Association (GRNMA). The Divine Mother and Child Foundation (DMAC) has donated items worth two thousand five hundred Ghana Cedis (Ghs 2,500) to the Asesewa branch of the Ghana Registered Nurses and Midwives Association.
The items included:
5 tyvek with shoe covers
20 disposable gowns
150 nose masks
100 surgical gloves
1 5litre liquid soap
1 5litre Rubbing alcohol and
2 face shields
This is the third donation the Koforidua based Non-Governmental Organization (NGO) is making to the fight against the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak in Ghana.
The Eastern Region has recorded 70 confirmed cases. As the country continues to battle the novel virus, it has become imperative that front liners are supported to be well equipped. It is in the light of this support that the Foundation continues to support stakeholders.
The donation was funded by the Vodafone Ghana Foundation, a partner to the NGO.
It can be recalled that the NGO has already made donations to the Afram Plains South District Health Directorate and the Abuakwa South District Assembly.
On the 29th of April 2020, DMAC also made a donation of items worth eight thousand Ghana Cedis (Ghs 8,000) to the district health directorate to support their work.
As the country continues to record cases, with a national case count of two thousand and seventy-four (2,074) as of April 30, it is expected that all stakeholders in the health sector will support government’s efforts.
The items were donated to the Asesewa branch of the GRNMA by the Executive Director, Edmund Atweri Duodu. Receiving the items on behalf of the Association, Mr Isaac Batsa Teye, Branch chairman of Asesewa GRNMA expressed his gratitude to the NGO and prayed other organizations to emulate the kind gesture of DMAC.
On his part, the Director of DMAC urged the association to continue their hard word as the nation was looking up to them for hope in the wake of the outbreak.
He also urged the general public to continue to observe all the hygienic protocols that have been outlined by the authorities.
Being a typical trade hub, he urged all to continue to maintain physical distancing and to continue to also wear their nose mask anytime they were going out.
He also acknowledged the effort of the Vodafone Foundation in partnering with the NGO and said, DMAC would continue to do what will bring joy to the faces of the ordinary Ghanaian as far as good health is concerned.