Catherine Akosua Korankye Eastwood in Association with Komfo Anokye Teaching Hospital Family Medicine ward support Garden City Special School

The Catherine Akosua korankye Eastwood in collaboration with Komfo Anokye Teaching Hospital Registered nurses of family medicine ward have donated items Worth Gh¢20,000.00 to Garden City Special School.

The items were soft drinks, toilet roll, crates of eggs, bags of sachet water, biscuits, sponge, towel,bags of rice, makerel, tomatoes, cooking oil, milk among others.

The donation which took place at the school premises today was dubbed” Projecting Nursing Beyond The Hospital Walls.

The duo also organised
a free health screening exercise and dinner for more than hundred (100) students of the school.

Beneficiaries were screened on diabetes, malaria, typhoid, hypertension, hepatitis ‘B’ and high blood pressure.

Those who needed treatment were given free medication while serious ailments were referred to the hospital for further attention.

They were also given general consultation.

Speaking to media in an interview, Miss Catherine Akosua korankye Eastwood (Ward Manager at the Komfo Anokye Teaching Hospital family medicine) said they decided to help the school because recently they have gone through a lot of challenges including disconnection of their lights, ripped off roof, dilapidated dormitories among others.

Miss Catherine Akosua korankye Eastwood used the occasion to call on other organisation and philanthropists to come to the aid of the school.

On her part, the Headmistress of the school Garden City Special School Dr.Mrs Roseline Frimpomaa Agyapong said the donation was timely and will help boost teaching and learning.

” I think this donation by the Komfo Anokye Teaching Hospital family medicine ward is a great one and is going to support most of the pupils here.

By Simon Opoku Afriyie (OTEC FM)

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