The Catholic Archdiocese of Accra through its Caritas office on Monday, April 27, 2020, donated PPEs among other supplies to four Catholic health facilities within the Archdiocese to aid the fight against the coronavirus pandemic.
The items were presented by Archbishop John Bonaventure Kwofie, Metropolitan Archbishop of Accra to grads of the four mapped out facilities.
Facilities that benefited from the gesture included St. Andrew Hospital, Kordiabe
St. John of God Hospital Amrahia, Battor Catholic Hospital, Immaculate Heart Clinic, Koluedor.
The Archdiocese presented 55 boxes of hand gloves, 120 gallons of sanitizers, 60 gallons of liquid soap, 60 gallons of disinfectants, 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.
Speaking at the presentation, Archbishop Kwofie charged all to duly aid the Archdiocese to reach out to the wider community to ease the burden surfacing as a result of the pandemic.
Mr. Simeon Kwaku Amuzu, CEO of Catholic Hospital on his part explained that the gesture comes at an appropriate time to make up for the longstanding needs of the facilities and affirmed his commitment to utilizing the items appropriately.
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