FanMilk Ghana Constrained, a member of Danone, has donated to the Ridge Hospital and Noguchi Medical Study Institute in aid of the struggle in opposition to the Covid-19 pandemic.
The company’s aid is focused at the frontline health-related workers at the two establishments who are top the circumstance management of the pandemic.
They offered 15,600 bottles of ingesting Yoghurt (FanMaxx) to the Director Generals of the two institutions on Thursday.
Presenting the merchandise, Ziobeieton Yeo, the CEO of FanMilk West Africa and Managing Director of FanMilk Ghana Constrained claimed, “We know how hectic the day receives for most of you, with prolonged hours exerting a large amount of electricity on the occupation.
“We want to assist re-energize you when your fuel is reduced as our way of supporting you in this fight in opposition to Covid-19 in Ghana”.
“At FanMilk are dedicated to providing healthy food to as several individuals as attainable to improve our effect on the communities we provide.
“We are regularly reminded of the perseverance and resilience of the frontline health-related personnel and certainly recognize all their endeavours.
“Our feelings and support also go out to all other frontline workers who are in a single way or other trying to keep the region going, particularly all those striving to feed the nation”
FanMilk Ghana Constrained also created donations to Food for All Ghana and Cost-free Lunch Ghana to feed around 10,000 individuals with their fortified yoghurt SuperYogo.
Mr Yeo mentioned that the enterprise is worried that there are many who have been left without the need of a means of livelihood owing to the lockdown and hence they are contributing to make sure these more mature, homeless and unemployed people today are fed by Foodstuff For All Ghana & Free of charge Lunch Ghana’s initiatives.
He thanked the two organisations even further for becoming sensitive to the plight of the less privileged for the duration of these times and inspired them to forge in advance.
The FanMilk boss urged all Ghanaians to heed to all the Covid-19 preventive actions and to stay safe and sound although in lockdown.