COVID-19: Adonko Company donate items worth GHC1.2 million to support fight

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The Management of Adonko Company Limited has as part of efforts aimed at helping the fight against the COVID-19 disease donated items worth GHC 1.2 million to various health facilities across the country.

The donations were from the Adonko Project which was established by the Chairman of the Angel Group of Companies, Dr Kwaku Oteng to support government’s efforts aimed at fighting the disease.

Personal Protective Equipment (PPE), Food and other drugs were provided to aid the fight against the disease which has ravaged the world.

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Of the amount, a total of GHC 800,000 was spent on providing PPE such as nose masks, hand sanitizers, cash gifts and food items including rice, oil, spaghetti etc to hospitals, widows, orphanages and head porters (Kayaye) in the Ashanti and the Greater Accra regions.

Adonko company’s donation at the Tamale Teaching Hospital

The company has also donated GHC 200,000 worth of Adonko original hand sanitizers, nose masks and tissue towels to all major health facilities in northern Ghana.

Hospitals that have so far benefited from the project include Korle-Bu Teaching Hospital, 37 Military and the Komfo Anokye Teaching Hospitals.

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The Adonko Project team after donating to other health facilities across the country proceeded to the northern sector to continue with their efforts at fighting the disease.

In the northern sector, the team commenced their donation at the Tamale Teaching hospital before heading to the Baptist Hospital in Nalerigu in the Northeast region where they donated 500 bottles of Adonko original hand sanitizers, 1,000 pieces of nose masks and 120 rolls of tissue towels to the facility.

The Brong Ahafo regional hospital in Sunyani received 500 bottles of Adonko original hand sanitizer, 2,000 pieces of nose masks and 120 rolls of tissue towels.

Donation at the Wa school for the deaf

In the Bono East region, the team donated 500 bottles of Adonko original hand sanitizers, 1,000 pieces of nose masks and 120 rolls of tissue towels.

At the Upper East Regional Hospital in Bolgatanga which was the next point of donation, the Adonko group donated 500 bottles of Adonko original hand sanitizers, 1,000 pieces of nose masks and 120 rolls of tissue towels were presented to the facility.

The Savannah Region had their share of the Adonko Covid project’s donation after receiving 500 bottles of Adonko original hand sanitizers, 1,000 pieces of nose masks and 120 rolls of tissue towels through the West Gonja District hospital in Damongo.

In the Wa municipality of the Upper West region, 500 bottles of Adonko original hand sanitizers, 1,000 pieces of nose masks and 120 rolls of tissue towels were presented to the Wa regional Hospital.

The Adonko team after a fortnight break, continued the donation again starting from the Eastern Regional Hospital in Koforidua where a total of 720 bottles of  Adonko original hand sanitizers, 1,000 pieces of nose masks, 120 rolls of tissue towels and 120 cans of Adonko Next Level Energy Drink were presented to the facility.

In the Volta Region, the team donated a total of 720 bottles of Adonko original hand sanitizers, 1,000 pieces of nose masks, 120 rolls of tissue towels and 120 cans of Adonko Next Level Energy Drink to the facility to the Ho Teaching Hospital.

1,000 pieces of nose masks, 120 rolls of tissue towels, 500 bottles of Adonko original hand sanitizer and 120 pieces of Adonko Next level energy drink were presented to the Jasikan Hospital in the Oti Region.

The Medical Superintendent of the hospital, Dr. Fidelis Atia later presented a letter appreciating the works of the Adonko team.

Adonko Company being rewarded by the Jasikan District Hospital

The Cape Coast Teaching Hospital in the Central region led by Madam Sophia Blankson the Director for Nursing Services at the facility received a total of 500 bottles of  Adonko original hand sanitizers, 1,000 pieces of nose masks, 120 rolls of tissue towels and 120 cans of Adonko Next Level Energy Drink.

The Western region received one of the biggest donations from the Adonko Company after two major hospitals in the region namely the Effiah Nkwanta Regional Hospital in Takoradi and the Takwa Municipal Hospital.

The Takwa Municipal hospital received a total of  500 bottles of Adonko original hand sanitizers, 1,000 pieces of nose masks, 120 rolls of tissue towels and 120 cans of Adonko Next Level Energy Drink while the Effiah Nkwanta regional hospital had an elephant share of almost 2,000 bottles of  Adonko original hand sanitizers, 2,000 pieces of nose masks, 240 rolls of tissue towels and 240 cans of Adonko Next Level Energy Drink.

The entire donation tour by the Adonko Company ended on today Thursday, August 13, 2020 at the Western-North Regional Capital, Sefwi Wiawso in a grand style full of appreciation by the staff and management of the Sefwi Wiawso Municipal hospital.

500 bottles of Adonko original hand sanitizers, 1,000 pieces of nose masks, 120 rolls of tissue towels and 120 cans of Adonko Next Level Energy Drink were presented to the Sefwi Wiawso Municipal Hospital.

At the Sefwi Wiawso Municipal Hospital, the Director for Special Project at the Adonko Company Limited Mr. Asamoah Gyamfi said the gesture is his outfit’s contribution towards the fight against the pandemic.,

He explained that, the fight against Covid-19 is dear to the heart of Dr. Kwaku Oteng and the Angel group of which the Adonko company is a subsidiary therefore, it is the reason why the group has toured all the 16 regions of Ghana and spent the sum of 1.2 million Ghana cedis on the activity.

Mr. Owusu Agyeman, the Business Development Manager for the Adonko company mentioned that the nationwide donation forms part of the Adonko Company’s corporate social responsibility, saying, they have to be involved in the Covid-19 fight to prove how much they care about the Ghanaian populace since the government alone cannot do it all.

He thanked the staff and management of the Korle-bu Teaching Hospital, Komfo Anokye Teaching Hospital, Ho Teaching Hospital, the Tamale Teaching Hospital, the Cape Coast Teaching Hospital, the Effia Nkwanta Regional Hospital in Takoradi, Upper East Regional Hospital in Bolgatanga, Eastern Regional Hospital, Koforidua, Upper West Regional Hospital in Wa, the Baptist Hospital in Nalerigu in the Northeast region, the West Gonja Municipal Hospital in Damongo in the Savannah region, the Jasikan District hospital in the Oti region, the Takwa Municipal Hospital, the Goaso Government Hospital in the Ahafo region, the Holy Family Hospital in Techiman in the Bono East region and the Sefwi Wiawso Municipal Hospital in the Western-North region.

 

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