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Patients in Effutu Hospital Feed By Winneba Development Association

The Winneba Development Association, a Non-Governmental Organisation on the New Year day presented Milo and other non-alcoholic beverages to patients at the various wards of the Effutu Municipal Hospital in Winneba.

It is the second time in two years that the association has donated to patients on admission in the Kids, Maternity, Female, male and the emergency wards of the facility.

Mr. Kobbie Bruce, Chairman of the Association, said the mean objective of the association was to provide support to needy people in society, especially those facing various health challenges.
He gave the assurance that they would continue to support the hospital.

In 2018, the association painted the entire hospital block, adopted the Kids ward and presented a Television set to them.

Mr Bruce announced that plans were underway to refurbish staff quarters this year.

Miss. Luccy Odoom a Nurse at the Kids ward who received the items on behalf the management of the hospital expressed appreciation to association for the kind gesture and prayed that the association would implement all the plans for the hospital.

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