Fabrimetal Ghana Ltd donated critically needed food staples, including rice and cooking oil to low-income rural communities in the Ningo Prampram District of Greater Accra Region. This emergency food assistance was part of Fabrimetal Ghana’s social intervention to help ease difficulties face by the socially vulnerable and persons with limited or no income as communities stayed under COVID-19 lockdown. Managing Director of the Fabrimetal Ghana Ltd Mr. Rohit Raj said the company seeks to reach some 250 low-income families in surrounding communities of the company’s operational area. Mr. Raj noted that Fabrimetal believed in a symbiotic relationship the community within which it operates and the company was implementing several intervention programs to help combat the COVID-19 in Ghana.

HR Manager of Fabrimetal Ghana Ltd Mr. Benard Senyo Avotri said the food supplies would help alleviate hardships faced by some 250 families. Mr. Avotri noted that having worked in the area for quite some time, the company was aware of the hardships that families living in the communities faced. Mr. Avotri announced that Fabrimetal Ghana was poised to continue with its social support in various capacities to help protect socially vulnerable and low-income individuals stay afloat during the lockdown. Fabrimental had earlier distributed food supplies to its workers who were currently sheltering at home in compliance with government’s lockdown directive.

District Chief Executive of Ningo Prampram District Assembly Mr. Jonathan Teye Doku received food assistance package on behalf of the community and expressed the appreciation of the community for the generosity of Fabrimetal. Mr. Doku promised to ensure the supplies were distributed diligently to the benefit of individuals and households most in need of assistance.

Source:  citinewsroom.com | Elvis Washington