Ghana Branch of King Mohammed VI Foundation of African Oulema Grants Donations To Health Facility in Accra
The event was held in the presence of the Moroccan Ambassador to Ghana, H.E. Imane Ouaadil, who delivered the items on behalf of His Majesty King Mohammed VI.
The Ghana branch of the King Mohamed VI Foundation of African Oulema donated, during the last week of the holy month of Ramadan, sanitary, healthcare and food supplies to the Nima Polyclinic located in the capital Accra.
These donations are part of the foundation’s public health program aiming at complementing governmental efforts in strengthening Ghana’s health system.
The event was held in the presence of the Moroccan Ambassador to Ghana, H.E. Imane Ouaadil, who delivered the items on behalf of His Majesty King Mohammed VI, the General Secretary of the Ghana Branch of the foundation, Sheikh Usaman Barry and the senior Medical Officer of Nima Polyclinic, Dr. Alexander Balinia Adda.
Ghana Web, Modern Ghana and Ghana Broadcasting Corporation all covered the event and stressed the following:
- The items donated will be put to effective use in the benefit of patients from the region and will ensure the smooth running of the hospital’s operations;
- The donations will help the government provide supplies for less-equipped health centers;
- This gesture, led by His Majesty, will further strengthen ties between Morocco and Ghana;
- Alexander Balinia Adda addressed calls to His Majesty King VI to support the establishment of a surgical theatre in order to take care of low-risk surgical operations;
- Women represent the majority of patients in need of such services but refer to other hospitals with better surgical capacities.