GCB Bank Minimal has supported the Airborne Drive Healthcare Centre in Tamale with a sponsorship deal of ¢2,000 as the Bank’s contribution in direction of the Centre’s clinical outreach programme.
The public health and fitness initiative which is scheduled to previous for a few times will make it feasible for people today residing in the remote components of the Northern Regional funds to accessibility free of charge good quality healthcare.
The donation by the Financial institution sorts part of its Corporate Social Obligation (CSR) to the well being sector and the northern element of the state.
In August this year, GCB donated a cheque for ¢100,000 to the fight versus cerebrospinal meningitis (CMS) and Covid-19 in the Upper West Area.
The Head of GCB’s Company Affairs Section, Mr. Emmanuel Kojo Kwarteng, described that the contribution is “in retaining with the Bank’s continuous commitment to society’s wellbeing”.
He also counseled the Airborne Force Professional medical Centre for their excellent operate and inspired them to continue to impact life.
He urged social companies and small business establishments working in the 5 northern region to collaborate with GCB for company and social interventions to assuage the suffering of the masses.
Mr Kwarteng stated Tamale and its bordering communities have persistently bemoaned the seeming marginalization and unequal access to resources and prospects.
He expressed the hope that with the GCB CSR increased aim on the northern sector of the region it would be a reduction to several persons living in these communities.