Noah Akellasoore Adintoghe appealed to other company organisations to emulate his company’s gesture.
IFFCO Ghana has donated assorted food stuff goods to assist the ‘Feed the Frontline’ initiative of the Ghana Covid-19 Non-public Sector Fund (GCPSFund).
This initiative is becoming championed by the GCPSFund to deliver sizzling cooked foods for health and fitness treatment and other experts at the forefront of Ghana’s battle against the coronavirus.
Noah Akellasoore Adintoghe, Promoting Manager for IFFCO Ghana Investing Minimal said, the company thinks in corporate social accountability and, as a result, donating the food goods was a way to help different government initiatives to defeat the coronavirus.
“We all need to have to appear on board and assist the energy of authorities and this is the time we require the personal sector to take part and so we thought that with the minimal that we have, we could lead to this relief hard work and we are very pleased as the IFFCO Group to lover in the combat from this pandemic,” Mr. Adintoghe explained.
At a brief ceremony at the premises of the Ga East Healthcare facility, IFFCO Ghana offered food stuff items costing about GHC40,000 towards the initiative. The products included 10,000 packets of San Marco spaghetti and 600 bottles of Sunny vegetable oil.
He also appealed to other corporate organisations to emulate his company’s gesture.
The Taking care of Trustee of the Ghana COVID-19 Personal Sector Fund, Senyo Hosi, received the donations on behalf of the Fund.
He expressed appreciation to the IFFCO Group for the donation and also urged other companies and persons to donate to assist the Fund with funds and form donations.
The Ghana COVID-19 Private Sector Fund is an initiative led by some company owners to aid the struggle towards the Coronavirus outbreak. Every single trustee of the task manufactured a seed contribution of GHC100,000 in the direction of the funding of the venture, with an goal to elevate a 100 million bucks.
Presently, the Fund is funding the developing of a 100-bed infectious disorder isolation and treatment method facility at the Ga East clinic, which is predicted to be completed by the close of May well.
When prepared, the fully-outfitted facility will provide as the major treatment method centre for critically unwell Covid-19 people.