The Catholic Church in Ghana on Monday April 27th made donation of PPEs among other supplies to four of its health facilities in the country’s capital (Accra).
The Archdiocese of Accra made the presentation through its Caritas outfit to support the battle against the deadly coronavirus.
On behalf of the Church, Archbishop John Bonaventure Kwofie, Metropolitan Archbishop of Accra presented the items to St. Andrew Hospital, Kordiabe, St. John of God Hospital Amrahia, Battor Catholic Hospital and Immaculate Heart Clinic, Koluedor.
Items donated include 60 gallons of bleach, 60 boxes of surgical masks, 6 pieces of Veronica buckets, 6 pieces of receptacles, 300 packs of tissues and 200 face masks to the said facilities, 55 boxes of hand gloves, 120 gallons of sanitizers, 60 gallons of liquid soap and 60 gallons of disinfectants to the selected hospitals.
Mr Simeon Kwaku Amuzu, CEO of Catholic Hospital expressed his gratitude to the church for the act and made a solemn pledge to effectively use the items to the benefit of the vulnerable.
Source: Agnus-Dei Media