Eni Ghana and its OCTP Partners, Vitol and GNPC, donated hospital equipment to Korle-Bu Teaching Hospital in Accra to support Ghana’s fight against the COVID-19 pandemic. The equipment includes a 30-bed capacity medical tent, four complementary prefabricated washrooms/bathrooms for patients housed in the tent, 20 vital signs monitors and 2 portable ultrasound machines with cardiac probe.

The donated equipment is part of a $900,000 initiative of Eni Ghana and its partners in the OCTP project (Vitol and GNPC) to strengthen Ghana’s health care system to enable the system respond more effectively and efficiently to the needs of the people. The equipment is expected to enhance the hospital’s capacity to provide immediate relief and lasting support to Ghana’s health care delivery system.

“Eni prioritises the health of its workers and the citizens of the host countries in which it operates by investing for the continuous improvement of their healthcare systems.”

Mr. Giuseppe Valenti, Managing Director, Eni Ghana

In 2020, Eni Ghana and its partners, Vitol and GNPC, supported the fight against COVID-19 by providing medical equipment and PPEs to Ghana Health Service, St Martins De Porres Hospital in Eikwe and the Ellembelle District Health Directorate.