OCP Africa Ghana, a subsidiary of OCP Group, donated GHS280,000 to the COVID-19 National Trust Fund as the company’s contribution to Ghana’s COVID-19 response. The donated funds will enable government to continue supporting frontline workers and volunteers leading the fight against the pandemic. The funds will also support the socially vulnerable who may be worst impacted by the pandemic.
At a giving event at the Jubilee House in Accra, Country Manager of OCP Africa Ghana Mr. Samuel Oduro remarked that given OCP Africa Ghana’s commitment to development of communities and empowerment of people, the company recognized the urgency in reaching out to support the most vulnerable among us in these challenging times. He observed that there had never been a more important moment for OCP Africa Ghana to demonstrate its social commitment.
OCP African announced that its soon to be implemented Women in Agri-booster program will be an even bolder resilience intervention, which will be a more sustainable response to COVID-19 by supporting women smallholders to improve their yield and revenue while boosting food security.
Chief Justice, Sophia Akuffo, Chairperson of the Board of Trustees of the COVID-19 National Trust Fund received the cheque and thanked OCP Africa Ghana for stepping up to support Ghanaians at a critical time and for supporting small-holder farmers in Ghana.