The mother companies of premier league side, Legon Cities FC, Gulf Energy Limited and CareWorld Global have donated several Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) to the 37 Military Hospital.
The donation forms part of the Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) of the companies which plays in the suspended Ghana Premier League.
Companies in the group include Legon Cities FC, Lemla Petroleum Limited, Networking for Hope (An NGO based in Accra), Airtech Limited and Lemla Veterinary Services.
Directors of the group said the donation is aimed at assisting the hospital combat the spread of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
Items donated included: 500 Personal Protective Equipment (PPE), 516 disposal bedsheets rolls, 50 each of Canula S14 and S18s, 55 Video Laryngoscopes and 28 Dissecting Forceps, 21 Bedsteads, 12 Bedside Desks, Carrier Stretchers, Examination Bed, Wheel Chair, Food Trolleys, Metro Shelving, Suction Machines and Gaskets, Nebulizers, vacuum seals, patient strap, dissecting forceps, vagina speculums, aneroid sphygmanometer, thermometers, ambu bags, bar soaps, tissue rolls and sanitizer dispensers and a host of other equipment and numerous assorted disinfectants.
The items were donated on behalf of the group by Dr Kwaku Danso Agyei, a Ghanaian Physician and Richard K. Atikpo whose corporate profile includes Board Chair of Legon Cities, Gulf Energy, Lemla Energy and more.
Below are PHOTOS of the donation: