Vodafone Ghana Basis has donated hampers to 30 freshly shipped mothers in designated hospitals in the Higher Accra and Northern Locations.
The hamper which contained necessary items these types of as baby diapers, mosquito nets, cleaning soap, disinfectant, lotion, apparel and Covid-19 safety products have been given to moms and infants.
Some of the hospitals involved LEKMA in Teshie, Amasaman Government Medical center, Tamale Teaching Clinic and West Gonja Catholic Hospital in the Savannah Location.
The donations were element of functions in marking Intercontinental Working day of Charity.
Talking on the donation, Board Member of Vodafone Ghana Basis, Michael N.A. Cobblah mentioned the initiative types element of the Foundation’s new task dubbed #BirthdayStars Project.
“To guidance sustainable initiatives that drive social transform, strengthen people’s life and remedy pressing social requires, the Foundation has introduced an initiative identified as the #BirthdayStars Challenge.
“The job seeks to execute month-to-month initiatives tied to personnel birthday celebrants to mark specific days in line with the Sustainable Enhancement Goals of the United Nations in that specific month”.
“And as element of actions to mark the project for the thirty day period, the Basis with each other with Vodafone personnel who are celebrating their birthdays in the thirty day period of September decided to donate to recently sent moms.
“We also settle the costs of the mothers who had been even now in hospitals because of their lack of ability to pay out their health care costs. In all, 5 health facilities in the Larger Accra and Northern Locations have been picked to profit from this charity,” he stated.
Commenting on the initiative, Direct of Vodafone Ghana Foundation Rev. Amaris Nana Perbi, claimed Vodafone Basis is fully commited to make investments in strategic initiatives for the betterment of communities.
“Over the yrs, we have freed new mothers who are unable to find the money for to pay back for their clinical payments to go property and unite with their families and cherished kinds by means of initiatives these types of as homecoming.
“We will continue to guarantee we make a difference in the lives of tens of millions throughout the state in all the approaches we can to guarantee we entirely execute our mandate of bettering life,” he claimed.
On his part, Charles Banafo, Head of Administration, LEKMA Clinic, counseled Vodafone Ghana Foundation for the type gesture.
He also appealed to some overseas nationals to desist from the frame of mind of not paying out their payments after obtaining healthcare treatment.
This, he said, does not help medical center facilities to administer health care in their whole capacities.
The beneficiaries expressed gratitude to Vodafone Ghana, Vodafone Ghana Basis, and birthday celebrants for the support.