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Bui Electricity Authority backs Ghana Covid-19 Non-public Sector Fund with GH¢50,000

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The Bui Electric power Authority has donated GH¢50,000 to the Ghana Covid-19 Personal Sector Fund, to assist the development of a 100-mattress infectious disorder isolation and treatment facility in Accra.

Company Affairs Supervisor for the Bui Electricity Authority, Cherie Lawson Adamu, handed more than a cheque to the Running Trustee of the Fund, Senyo Hosi, at a ceremony at the Ga East Municipal Healthcare facility, wherever the facility is getting designed.

Following a tour of the challenge site, Madam Cherie Adamu stated she was amazed by the development of the construction, which began in the middle of April and is established for completion by the stop of Could.

She described the donation as a ‘token’ from Bui Power Authority to support the Ghana Covid-19 Non-public Sector Fund.

“It is a excellent job and we consider we have to support you in finishing the task,” she said.

Getting the cheque, Mr. Hosi thanked the Bui Energy Authority for the assistance for the venture and the overall countrywide marketing campaign versus Covid-19.

He assured that the task will be completed on timetable.

“We are extremely honoured to have you not just as a close friend and associate to the undertaking but also as a donor. At this time, we all know the challenges the vitality sector is struggling with but for you to nevertheless uncover financial place for this kind of a venture, is an sign of your perception of humanity as an authority and your dedication to the bring about of this nation,” Mr. Hosi stated.

The 100-bed isolation and treatment method facility will be utilised to deal with critically sick Covid-19 sufferers when done. When the epidemic is in excess of, it will also be applied to handle and deal with other infectious diseases.

The Ghana Covid-19 Non-public Sector Fund also has strategies to make similar amenities in Tamale, Takoradi and Kumasi.

The Ghana Covid-19 Private Sector Fund which was an initiative established up by company persons, begun with original GH¢1 million.

They seek to raise at least GH¢100 million from donations specified by neighborhood and intercontinental companies, as very well as the general general public to aid in the battle in opposition to Covid-19 in Ghana.

For additional details on how to donate/contribute, make sure you stop by: www.ghanacovid19fund.com

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