Over the weekend Right To Play Ghana donated working items to the inhabitants of Odumase

From left - Nii Achia with others received the items from Mr. Bitugu
From left – Nii Achia with others received the items from Dr. Bitugu

Amanfro Community to mark this year World Malaria Day in the Ga West Municipal.

The items include 5 wheelbarrows, 20 long brooms, 10 shovels, 10 wellington boots, 10 pairs of gloves, 10 rakes, 10 cutlasses and 2 barrels to keep their environment clean.

The day started with a clean exercise right from the Odumase Manste We Sempe division and ended within the community.

This initiative came under Right To Play Health promotion and Disease Prevention program that seek to educate the public about disease prevention , encouraging fitness and? mobilizing communities around to fight against national health issues.

Dubbed:?Invest in the future, defeat Malaria,good sanitation and Hygienic practices- a key to malaria prevention gathered all community folks under one umbrella to fight against malaria prevention.

Addressing the gathering, country manager for Right To Play Ghana, Dr. Bella Bello Bitigu said the celebration was to sensitize the? community about malaria and how to prevent it.

Presenting the items, Dr. Bitugu encouraged the townsfolk to spread the news about malaria prevention by way of keeping their body and environment free from mosquitoes than always relying on government for assistance.

Receiving the items on behalf of the chief, Nii Achia thanked Right To Play Ghana for their donation but appealed for the availability of rubbish bin in the area.

Miss Abigail Subbley, a participant in an interview advice the youth to always engage in communal labour of that sort to make the environment conducive for living.

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