The Minister made the donation during a tour of the Region.
The donation also forms part of the Ministry’s mandate to improve the welfare of the vulnerable in society, including prison inmates.
Nana Oye Lithur addressing the people, said the President John Dramani Mahama cared for the citizens of this country and thus had ensured that a number of policies been put in place to better their lives.
She said the National Democratic Congress (NDC) was a social democratic government and the welfare of the people was their top most priority.
She, therefore, urged them return the NDC to power in the December 7 Elections.
She said the President had the well-being of women at heart and for this reason, he had taken the necessary steps to ensure that there were more women in Parliament to contribute to the governance system of the nation.
“All the programmes and interventions that the Government rolls out are to help positively to influence your lives and make them better,” she said.
The Minister appealed to the women to advise their husbands and children not to engage in any activity that would threaten the peace of the country, but rather maintain the peace before, during and after the elections.
She also asked them to pray for the country and the elections for the right leader to be selected.
The market women expressed gratitude to the President and the Minister for the gesture.
The Minister later visited Kpando, Hohoe and Afajato South constituencies, in the company of her Deputy Minister, Mrs Della Sowah, and other officials.