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V/R: Duamenefa Foundation Donates Medical Supplies to Keta Municipal Hospital

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The Duamenefa Foundation, a non-governmental organization promoting peaceful coexistence, has once again donated medical supplies and other items to the Keta Municipal Hospital in the Volta Region of Ghana. The donation, which included nebulizers, suction machines, handheld pulse oximeters, fetal dopplers, portable oxygen cylinders, glucose monitoring systems, adult scales, and ceiling fans, was presented to the Children’s Ward and Male Ward of the hospital.

According to Mr. Emmanuel Ketaman Evortepe, the Executive President of the Foundation, the decision to donate to the hospital was made in collaboration with his cousin, Dr. David Kotei Evortepe, who is based in the United States. He expressed his pleasure in giving back to the community where they were born and raised.

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This marks the seventh time that the Foundation has donated to the Keta Municipal Hospital since February 2020, with the total cost of donated items amounting to GH¢52,494.00. The previous donations included plasma televisions, curtains, student mattresses, tricycles, hand dryers, double-head stethoscopes, infrared thermometers, and rolling medicine tray tables.

Mr Evortepe expressed his gratitude to the Foundation’s International Director of Operations, the Board members, and the staff of the Keta Municipal Hospital for their contributions towards making the hospital the best in the Volta Region. He further expressed his hope for a continued cordial relationship between the Foundation and the hospital to ensure effective healthcare delivery.

Dr Kofi K. Bonsu, the Medical Director of the hospital, thanked the Foundation for their donation and acknowledged that the medical supplies and equipment would help to improve the quality of healthcare for residents in the area. The Hospital Administrator, Mr Farouk Iddrisu, also assured that the items would be put to good use to benefit patients and the hospital.

Ms Sarah Mensah, Nurse in charge of the Children’s Ward, expressed her appreciation for the donation and highlighted the importance of the suction machine, which the ward had been lacking for some time. She expressed her gratitude to the Duamenefa Foundation for their continuous support of the Keta Municipal Hospital.

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