Maranatha Oil Expert services Restricted has manufactured a donation of GHC100,000 to assist the building of Ghana’s first infectious condition isolation and procedure facility.
The facility is getting designed less than the aegis of the Ghana Covid-19 Private Sector Fund in assist of government’s endeavours to comprise the unfold the novel coronavirus in Ghana.
Board Chairman of Maranatha Oil Providers Confined, MacBride Yoofi Hayford, says the donation was in recognition of the actuality that the facility is a legacy venture which will survive the Covid-19 pandemic and provide long run generations.
“The moment we heard about this job, we knew that this is the task that we could [support] due to the fact we thought that it was a novel idea,” he mentioned on a visit to the job website at the Ga East Hospital. “We believed that that is a undertaking that we necessary to be element of. The moment the plan arrived from administration, the board straight absent approved it.”
Mr. Hayford added: “Coming listed here, getting observed what has been accomplished we are truly impressed and it tells us that the resources that we are providing will aid total the task and we will urge other non-public corporations to also arrive on board and add their quota to the completion of the task.”
Controlling Trustee for the Ghana Covid-19 Non-public Sector Fund, Senyo Hosi, acquired the donation from Maranatha Oil and confident that it will be put to very good use for the gain of all Ghanaians.
“On behalf of the Trustees of the Fund and all the hard-doing work volunteers and personnel we have on site, I want to say a significant thank you for this vote of self esteem in this task and in our steering of affairs,” Mr. Hosi explained. “We assure you these cash will be put to good use and will provide on this mandate and job that we have established up for.”
When concluded, the infectious ailment treatment facility, situated at the Ga East Healthcare facility in Accra, will serve as a procedure centre for critically-ill Covid-19 patients. When the Covid-19 pandemic ends, it will be used to present remedy for men and women stricken by other infectious health conditions.
The Ghana Covid-19 Personal Sector Fund, which is sponsoring the undertaking, hopes to assemble comparable services in Kumasi, Takoradi and Tamale.