Catholic Archdiocese of Accra donates to Four Catholic Hospitals        

As part of measures to curb the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Catholic Archdiocese of Accra through Caritas Accra under the leadership of Most Rev John Bonaventure Kwofie, CSSp presented PPEs among other supplies to four catholic Hospitals within the Accra Archdiocese namely; St. Andrew Hospital, Kordiabe, Immaculate Heart of Mary Clinic, Koluedor, St. John of God Hospital, Amrahia and the Battor Catholic Hospital.


The presentation which was done on Monday, April 27, 2020 saw the Archdiocese present 55 boxes of hand gloves, 120 gallons of sanitizers, 60 gallons of liquid soap, 60 gallons of Dettol/ disinfectant, 60 gallons of parazone/bleach, 60 boxes of surgical masks, 6 pieces of Veronica buckets, 6 pieces of receptacles, 300 packs of tissues and 200 pieces of face masks to the four health facilities.

In his address, Archbishop Bonaventure Kwofie urged all to remain together, united and be responsible for one another in order to fight the covid-19 pandemic. He also expressed profound gratitude to all who in diverse ways contributed in making the donation a success.

Mr. Godfred Adorborna, a Physician Assistant in charge at the Immaculate Heart of Mary Clinic, Koluedor in an interview appealed to stakeholders and especially the government of Ghana to come to their aid by supporting them with more PPEs and other supplies in order to ensure their safety and that of the patients.

 

Source,

CCO