Personnel of the Nation Builders Corps (NABCO) in the Hohoe Municipality have donated items to three health facilities in the Municipality in the fight against the novel coronavirus pandemic.
The items, six dozens of tissue papers, three veronica buckets, five cartons of carbolic soap and six boxes of examination hand gloves at an estimated cost of GH¢2,500.00, were presented to the Hohoe Adabraka Health Centre, Fodome Helu Health Centre and Likpe Bakwa Polyclinic.
Mr. Mathias Apoenchi, the Hohoe Municipal Coordinator of NABCO presenting the items to the health facilities, said the donation formed part of the Corps’ contribution to the fight against the coronavirus disease.
He urged the beneficiaries to take good care of the items and put them to good use to the benefit of the citizenry.
Dr. Pius Mensah, Medical Superintendent of the Hohoe Municipal Hospital and the Acting Hohoe Municipal Director of Health Services, expressed gratitude to the personnel for the support, adding that the donation came at the appropriate time.
Mr. Francis Ladzagla, a Physician Assistant at the Hohoe Adabraka Health Centre on behalf of the three health facilities, thanked NABCO for the items and added that the items would be effectively utilised to protect staff and clients from the disease.