Ga ladies support TMA Maternity, Children’s clinic

Ms. Tettey (6th from left) presenting the items to Mrs. Bondzi. Looking on include Naa Koshie Quaye (right) Founder of the association.The Ga Ladies Association of Tema has donated relief items to the Tema Municipal Assembly (TMA) Maternity and Children’s Clinic.

The items included 24 bed sheets, 30 nurses scrub, 22 theatre gowns, 30 pediatrician syrups and 18 nursing pads.

Presenting the items, Executive Member of the Association, Ms.Sheila Tettey, said the donation formed part of activities to mark the second anniversary of the group.

She said the association seeks the well-being of members and that of the needy and vulnerable in society.

Receiving the donation, the Principal Nursing Officer in-charge of the clinic, Mrs. Gifty Ama Bondzi, thanked the association for the gesture, saying that it was the second time this year that the association was providing such support.

According to her, last year, the association provided the clinic with a polytank to help improve its water situation, thereby enhancing service delivery at the health facility.

She appealed to other organisations and philanthropists to assist the clinic to deliver health care to the people.


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