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Mr Yakubu Amidu, the Administrator of the Madina Polyclinic, has appealed to corporate entities to help construct a better Cholera Unit for the polyclinic to enable it to accommodate more sick people.

cholera1He said the cholera unit, which is a tent, was not only small for the number of cholera cases recorded by the hospital, but it also lacked the requisite logistics to enable it to function adequately.

Mr Amidu said this on Wednesday when the executives of Life Transformers Foundation, a human development oriented NGO, donated office equipment and other items to the polyclinic.

Items donated to the polyclinic included three desktop computers and accessories, two swivel chairs, one washing machine, four dustbins and two executive office desks.

He also called on Government and corporate entities to assist the polyclinic with ultra-scan machines to enable then to check the heartbeat of babies in their mothers? wombs during antenatal care.

He expressed his appreciation to Life Transformers Foundation for their assistance to the polyclinic and urged other NGOs to emulate them.

Life Transformers also donated 50 bags of cement and two trips of sand towards the construction of an accommodation for the officers of the Madina Divisional Police Headquarters.

The NGO also donated provisions, detergents, stationary, bags of rice, cooking oil, among others, to the Frafraha Orphanage, near Adentan.

Mr Desmond Bress-Biney, President, Life Transformers Foundation, said the donation to the three institutions cost GHC20,000.00 and expressed his appreciation to philanthropists who contributed towards making the donation to the institutions successful.

He said the NGO, which was formed four years ago, was geared towards making lives better for people by tackling unemployment, HIV education, sports development among others.

GNA

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