14 November 2012

Ghana: Holy Spirit Catholic School Presents Medical Equipment to Hope Clinic

The Holy Spirit Catholic School in Ho has presented medical equipment worth GH¢ 2,000.00 to the Hope Clinic in Ho as the school's contribution to promoting health care delivery.

The items, which include clothes, toys, hospital beds and medical equipment were presented to the clinic by the Administrator of the Holy Spirit Catholic School, Ms. Thomasia Gavor.

She said the school was committed to contribute its quota to the development of the community.

Ms. Gavor urged the recipient to take good care of the items and use them to the benefit of the people, who would need quality health care. She noted that good health was the major concerns of the majority of the people and stressed the need for health workers to work hard to improve health delivery in the area.

Receiving the items, the Ho Municipal Director of Health Services, Dr. Seake Kwao expressed gratitude and appreciation to the management of the Holy Spirit Catholic School for the gesture and asked other individuals and institutions to emulate the Holy Spirit School to help promote health delivery in the area.

The Ho Municipal Health Director promised that the items would be put to good use to improve upon quality health care in the Municipality.

Dr. Kwao promised on behalf of the clinic that the items would be put to good use and that those items that could not be used at the clinic would be sent to other health facilities where the items would be more useful to the benefit of the people in the area.

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