The National Petroleum Authority (NPA) donated food and other essential supplies to the Autism Awareness Care and Training Centre, Dzorwulu Special School and Tamale Children’s Home. The details are as follows:

The Autism Centre was given rice, cooking oil, toiletries and cash.
Dzorwulu Special School received beds, mattresses, plastic chairs, ceiling fans, cash and other essentials.
Tamale Children’s Home received  food supplies and cash.

The gift package was part of NPA’s CSR program and beneficiaries were selected based on a needs basis from a pool of candidate institutions, which had submitted requests for assistance.

Speaking on behalf of the Chief Executive, board and staff at the presentation in Tamale, Mr. Joseph Awan, Chairman of NPA’s staff welfare, said that NPA was committed to supporting institutions that were impacting society the right way.

Speaking at the presentation in Accra, Chief Inspector Esther Anku of NPA praised the school authorities for their devotion towards the wellbeing of children with special needs. He said the NPA recognizes the challenges involved in the important work.

Mrs. Anku said giving back was an important part of the NPA’S work culture. She noted that, as regulator of a sensitive sector like petroleum, NPA is mindful of its CSR and community service commitments to people in need of urgent assistance.

Credits: NPA