BLISS GVS Pharma donates anti-malaria drugs to Tamale Teaching Hospital

 Pharmaceutical company Bliss GVS Pharma Ghana in Tamale on Tuesday donated variety of anti-malarial drugs and other medications worth of GH₵100,000 to the Tamale Teaching Hospital (TTH).

The donation was the company’s Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) initiative, and also formed part of their malaria-free continent campaign.

A representative of the company in the Northern Region, Mr Ibrahim Mumuni Siedu, stated that the company was dedicated to assisting the government in its fight against eliminating malaria

Similar donation worth of GH₵20,000 he said was last year made to the hospital to help in the fight against the disease.

 “Given the impact of last year’s gesture, Bliss GVS Pharma has expanded the range and number of products which includes the Lonart range, P-Alaxin, and Gsunate worth over GH₵100, 000,” Mr Siedu stated.

According to him, the company valued giving back to the community and would keep supporting programmes that would improve health outcomes in Ghana.

Additionally, Mr Asiedu said the company engaged students at the Tamale Community Health Nurses Training College in a health talk on personal and vaginal hygiene.

The Director of Pharmacy at the TTH, Dr Salifu Tiah, received the donation and expressed appreciation to the company.

He said malaria was still a significant public health concern in Ghana’s Northern Region, adding that the donation would help by supplying high-quality of medications to combat the disease in the long-run.

The Chairperson of Pharmaceutical Society of Ghana ((PSG) in the Northern Region, Mr Amos Adapalala Bugri, expressed his excitement about the donation saying “Bliss GVS has by this donation lived by the motto of the Society: ‘Amicus Humani Generis”’ meaning Friends of the Human Race.


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