SUNDA International donated toiletries and sanitary supplies to the May 9 ‘Save a sick Child’ project at the pediatric intensive care unit of the Komfo-Anokye Teaching Hospital (KATH) in Kumasi.

The donation was part of SUNDA’s corporate social responsibility program that has been running for the past 14 years.

Alex Wang, Deputy Managing Director of SUNDA International praised the May 9 Foundation for its humanitarian initiatives and pledged more support for similar projects in the future:

For more than seven years we have been sponsoring May 9 activities to fulfill our corporate social responsibilities which we care deeply about. When we heard of this year’s theme ‘Save a sick child’ project to help children at the hospital, we thought we could do something to improve the living condition of the people’.

Dr. John A. Appiah, head of pediatric intensive care unit of KATH received donations in cash and kind on behalf of the beneficiary children and praised the Foundation for the humanitarian initiative towards sick children.

President of the May 9 Foundation Mr. Herbert Mensah also thanked Sunda International and other sponsors for their committed support over the years for the Foundations activities and initiatives.

The ‘Save a sick child project’ seeks to restore the health of sick children whose parents are unable to afford the high cost of treatment specifically targeting victims of accidental ingestion of caustic soda at the pediatric intensive care unit of the Komfo-Anokye Teaching Hospital (KATH) in Kumasi.

Credits: Citinewsroom.com