MTN Ghana has donated assorted baby products to babies delivered on Christmas and Boxing Day at four health facilities in Accra.
The annual event saw babies gifted with items such as baby oil, baby diapers, wipes, soaps, towel, wrappers, toys and antiseptic soaps.
In all 19 babies at Pentecost Hospital, Madina polyclinic Kekele, Madina Polyclinic Rawlings Circle and Legon Hospital benefited from the package.
Mrs Jemima Kotei Walsh, the Chief Customer Relations Officer MTN, handing over the hampers, said the gesture was one of the many ways MTN Ghana Foundation catered for the health needs of several individuals and medical institutions across Ghana.
She said this year a total of 500 baby hampers at a cost of GHS 150,000 were being distributed simultaneously in all 16 regions of Ghana.
The goodwill gesture which commenced in 2011, have so far seen the distribution of over 2,000 hampers to babies born on Christmas Day,Mrs Walsh added.
She said, “The Project started with few regions however by 2020 all the 10 regions have been included. Today we are in all 16 regions distributing hampers”.
“We see the occasion as a season of giving and also showing love and in the midst of Covid-19, MTN counts it very important to still reach out to our dear mothers and lovely babies born on Christmas Day to show them the MTN kind of love”, she added.
The Chief Customer Relations Officer, congratulated the mothers and wished customers and stakeholders a very Merry Christmas and a Prosperous New Year.
The beneficiary mothers were thankful to the Telecommunication Company for the kind gesture.