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AOWIN SUAMAN: German/Canadian partners donate to Presby health centre


German/Canadian development partners of the Aowin-Suaman Presbyterian Health Services in the Western Region have donated a variety of health equipment running into vast sums of money, to the service in the area.

The provision of the equipment was aimed at improving the quality of health care delivery in the Aowin Suaman District of the Western Region.

The equipment includes lung ventilator, vacuum extractor, gloves, baby blankets, intravenous infusion sets, foetal monitors, ambu infant resuscitator, urine tests, cord clamps, suckers, thermometers, and blood pressure apparatus.

The rests are urine bags, catheters, dissecting forceps, crepe bandages, stringes, gauze packs, normal sline, care face masks, x-ray feeding, cheatle forceps, dressing pads, surgical sutures, medical books, feeding pads, scissors, napkins ,drainage tubes , spectrophotometer, hot air sterilizer, slit lamp, centrifuge and some medical books.

Mrs. Kerstins Cramer, who made the donation on behalf of the German/Canadian partners, indicated that the gesture was part of their responsibilities to support and finance the church’s health programmes.

Receiving the items on behalf of the health service, Mrs. Philomena Yakong, the administrator of Enchi Presbyterian Health Service and Deputy Director of Nursing Services was grateful to the two partners for their unflinching support to the service.

The presbyter and District Pastor of the Presbyterian Church of Ghana in Enchi, Reverend Appea Safo Kantanka who was also enthused about the gesture,admonished the people to keep their environment clean to ensure a disease-free community.

Godwin Allotey Akweiteh/Ghanadistricts.com

Posted: 08-Feb
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