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Madina Pentecost Hospital Gets €27,000 Equipment From Jospong, GIZ

The Pentecost Hospital in Madina, in the Greater Accra Region, has received laboratory equipment worth approximately €27,000 (equal to GHS 317,000.00), thanks to the German Agency for International Cooperation (GIZ) and Appointed Time, a subsidiary of the Jospong Group of Companies.

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The donation was made in response to a request from the hospital’s administration to help fulfill the rising demand for services from patients who are using the facility on a regular basis.

The Chief Corporate Communication Officer at the Jospong Group of Companies, Madam Sophia Kudjordji, presented the equipment to the hospital on behalf of GIZ and Jospong Group, explaining that the donation was made to assist management in addressing the burden on the facility.

20 thermometers were individually delivered to Dr. Joseph Siaw Agyapong, executive chairman of the Jospong Group, according to Madam Kudjordji. He then added them to the other gifts that were given.

Madam Kudjordj added, “We are here with our colleagues from GIZ this afternoon to give this presentation and we hope that this will help management in taking care of their portion of the numerous challenges many hospitals are facing due to lack of resources.”

We hope that this widow’s mite will help you overcome some of your difficulties, she continued.

Ph meters, urine analyzers, water baths, water distillers, vein finders, Coombs machines, and microscope-eyepieces are a few of the donated pieces of equipment.

The remaining items are glassware kits, centrifuges, roller hematology 5 parts, and micropipettes.

Apostle Dr. Edward Arko Kwarteng, the facility’s medical director, accepted the items on behalf of the organization and declared that the equipment will support management efforts in managing routine laboratory tasks.

“We are grateful for these supplies and want to reassure you and GIZ that management will use them effectively.

We also have faith that there will be a maintenance connection following the donation, including the provision of reagents, so that these machines can live long lives and benefit the community, said Dr. Kwarteng.

Appstle Dr. Kwarteng thanked GIZ and the Jospong Group for the donation on behalf of the hospital’s management and Board and requested more cooperation.

Pastor Daniel Danso, the group’s chaplain, Thomas Korley, the head of the Zoomlion foundation, and other Jospong Group executives attended the ceremony.

Prior to the gift to the Pentecost Hospital, GIZ and the Jospong Group made a similar gesture in the Eastern Region’s Yilo Krobo District. Both donations totaled €70,000, or GHS 860,116.99.



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