In the spirit of Ramadan, QNET provide a special package of assistance to Ghana Police Hospital at Cantonments in Accra and the Komfo Anokye Teaching Hospital (KATH) in Kumasi. QNET gave Ghana Police Hospital five 47.2kg cylinders of medical oxygen, 3 medical regulators, 4 wheelchairs and 11 crutches. KATH also received a package comprising medical oxygen, wheelchairs and crutches.

The donated hospital equipment and supplies will support the beneficiary hospitals in caring for patients. Notably the beneficiary hospitals will find the donated oxygen crucial in acute patient care during the pandemic period. Recently, as the COVID-19 situation spiked in Ghana, several major hospitals did not have enough oxygen for patients in Intensive Care Units.

In remarks made at the donation event, Mr. Biram Fall, QNET AMD Regional Director for Sub-Saharan Africa, noted that promoting caring was one of QNET’s core values:

“One of the values QNET promotes is caring. Being attentive to others and to their needs. This is what QNET is working on, both in the products it offers and in its CSR actions. Thus, this donation is a manifestation of our commitment to the communities. A translation of QNET’s philosophy: raise yourself to help mankind (RHYTHM).”

Mr. Fall explained that the donation was part of a vast Ramadan charity campaign that QNET has been undertaking for several years. He noted that the 2021 edition was occuring in some 30 countries around the world, including Cameroon, Côte d’Ivoire, Ghana, Kenya, Mali, Senegal, Tanzania and Uganda.

Mr. George Alex Mensah (COP), Director of General Services at Ghana Police Hospital and Prof. Kofi Baafuor, Medical Director at Komfo Anokye Teaching Hospital received the gift packages for their respective hospitals and expressed grattitude for the support. Mr. Mensah remarked that he will be personally happy and fulfilled to see the donated equipment save lives.

He was joined by the Acting Medical Director, DCOP Dr. Ewusi-Emmim, the Hospital Administrator, DCOP Mr. David Eklu, the Director of Finance, ACP Mr. Osei Akoto Arthur and other police officers. Other officers who witnessed the donation at the Ghana Police Hospital included Acting Medical Director, Dr. Ewusi-Emmim (DCOP), Hospital Administrator, Mr. David Eklu (DCOP), Director of Finance and Mr. Osei Akoto Arthur (ACP).

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