Lady Pharmacists Support Dzorwulu Special School Accra, Jan. 25, GNA – The Lady Pharmacists Association of Ghana (LAPAG), has committed GH¢ 150,000 to provide a flour mill and a structure to accommodate the facility at the Dzorwulu Special School (DSS), a shelter for mentally challenged children.

LAPAG has also donated 10- kilogramme load of washing machine, industrial gas oven and other items to the school, which it adopted more than 18 years ago.

Ms Eunice Akosua Ofosua Amoako, National Chairperson OF LAPAG, made this known, when the body donated toilet rolls, laundry and antiseptic soap, insecticide spray, disinfectants, body powder, powdered milk, tomato puree, chocolate powder, granulated sugar, and pens  to the  school.

The donation forms part of the annual support of LAPAG to the school.

The donation was made possible through the assistance of PZ Cussons Ghana Limited and the Cocoa Processing Company.

“We went there (DSS) to interact with the children and to learn from the Headmistress and staff about the needs of the children and how best we (LAPAG) could help,” Ms Amoako said.

She said the children at the school are assisted to gain skills to enable them live independent lives and reduce the stigma attached to them in the society.

 “We are women health professionals and anything we can do to make life easier for these children, to be integrated smoothly into society, will be a charge to keep we have and our God to Glorify.”

Mrs Veronica Sackey, Headmistress of DSS thanked members of LAPAG for their support over the years and appealed to other public-spirited organisations to emulate the kind gesture.


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