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Agyemang Amponsah Foundation Donates Clinical Items To 2 Hospitals

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A non-governmental organisation, Agyemang Amponsah Foundation (AAF), has donated hospital materials worth ten thousand cedis (GHC 10,000), to 2 hospitals in Ashanti Akyeam central.
The items included bed sheets, pillow cases and toiletries, bed pans, plastic clinical bowls, boxes containing other materials, drugs, syringes, dressing materials; thermometers and crutches.
Speaking during the exercise, AAF founder, Nana Agyemang Amponsah said the gesture was to give back to the society.
According to him, government cannot do it alone, hence, the need for it citizens to contribute their social responsibility to the society.
“This is our way to extend our social responsibility to the community where we grew up. The foundation aims to assist the hospitals in our iwn small way to promote good health,” He said.
The young banker also paid outstanding bills of some patients at the Konongo Hospital.
Midwife at the Cape Coast government hospital and Executive Director of the foundation, Mrs. Judith Agyemang Amponsah said the gesture is a way to serve humanity although government “is doing their bit, but the gaps are still there”.
the gesture is laudable and a way to serve humanity
Imosemi noted that government and the hospital “are doing their bit, but the gaps are still there.”
“Gestures of this nature would help to improve the quality of care provided to patients”, She added.
Director at the Konongo hospital thanked the team and said the materials would make patients more comfortable, noting that it is one of the things the hospital needs the most.
“The donated items came at the right time, it is a laudable idea and the hospital management appreciates the gesture.”

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Agyemang Amponsah Foundation Donates Clinical Items To 2 Hospitals

507

A non-governmental organisation, Agyemang Amponsah Foundation (AAF), has donated hospital materials worth ten thousand cedis (GHC 10,000), to 2 hospitals in Ashanti Akyeam central.
The items included bed sheets, pillow cases and toiletries, bed pans, plastic clinical bowls, boxes containing other materials, drugs, syringes, dressing materials; thermometers and crutches.
Speaking during the exercise, AAF founder, Nana Agyemang Amponsah said the gesture was to give back to the society.
According to him, government cannot do it alone, hence, the need for it citizens to contribute their social responsibility to the society.
“This is our way to extend our social responsibility to the community where we grew up. The foundation aims to assist the hospitals in our iwn small way to promote good health,” He said.
The young banker also paid outstanding bills of some patients at the Konongo Hospital.
Midwife at the Cape Coast government hospital and Executive Director of the foundation, Mrs. Judith Agyemang Amponsah said the gesture is a way to serve humanity although government “is doing their bit, but the gaps are still there”.
the gesture is laudable and a way to serve humanity
Imosemi noted that government and the hospital “are doing their bit, but the gaps are still there.”
“Gestures of this nature would help to improve the quality of care provided to patients”, She added.
Director at the Konongo hospital thanked the team and said the materials would make patients more comfortable, noting that it is one of the things the hospital needs the most.
“The donated items came at the right time, it is a laudable idea and the hospital management appreciates the gesture.”