Prof. Abraham Kwabena Anang (appropriate) obtaining the donation from Mrs. Mansa Nettey
Normal Chartered Lender Ghana Confined has donated a Molecular Workstation (transportable PCR) testing devices and N95 nose masks to College of Ghana’s Noguchi Memorial Institute for Health care Research (NMIMR) in guidance of the struggle against Covid-19.
Mrs. Mansa Nettey, Main Govt Officer of Normal Chartered Bank Ghana Constrained, who offered the Molecular Workstation on behalf of the lender claimed: “testing is really crucial in the battle versus the pandemic and we consider that it is ideal to support Noguchi Memorial Institute for Health care Analysis with the suitable equipment to broaden and increase its screening capabilities“.
She additional that the N95 nose masks would also shield the health staff as they go about conducting tracing and tests.
Mrs Nettey discovered that the lender has dedicated Gh¢1million to assist efforts in curbing the unfold of COVID-19 in Ghana.
Receiving the donation, Prof. Abraham Kwabena Anang, Director of the Institute, expressed honest appreciation adding that, this will go a extensive way to increase the ability of the Institute to check samples for Covid-19 which is the most important stage in combating the pandemic.
According to the Director, Typical Chartered Financial institution Ghana Confined has become a important strategic partner of the Institute and will proceed to collaborate with them.
The PCR equipment would permit samples gathered to be tested on the subject without the need of acquiring to transportation them to the laboratory.
This will drastically minimize the waiting time for outcomes in buy to increase the management of confirmed scenarios in the nation.
Close friends of Noguchi at the Millennium Advancement Authority (MiDA)
In a relevant growth, Good friends of Noguchi at the Millennium Enhancement Authority (MiDA) have donated a tricycle to assist in the waste administration operations of the Institute.
Mr. Ernest Appiah, Human Source Supervisor and Mr. John Boakye, Main Finance Officer who presented the the tricycle mentioned this was their modest way of becoming a member of the combat against the novel corona virus.