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Vodafone Foundation, the charity arm of Vodafone Ghana, has donated life-support devices and other critical medical equipment to the Taifa Polyclinic in Accra.wpid-Vodafone.jpg

The donation is to help improve healthcare delivery to residents of Taifa and surrounding communities.

The equipment, which include sphygmomanometers, oxygen cylinders, suction machine with tubes, medicine trolleys, bedside lockers, delivery set and screens, were presented to the resource-challenged community clinic.

Mr. Kenneth Gomado, the Finance Director of Vodafone Ghana, said: ?We hope that this donation will enable the hospital to save more lives and support the Taifa Community and its environs.?

He explained that Vodafone Ghana Foundation was extremely passionate about health and as a result had introduced many impactful healthcare initiatives to various communities across the country.

Ms Sofia Oware, the Administrator of the Taifa Polyclinic, who received the items on behalf of the polyclinic, expressed her gratitude to Vodafone Foundation for the donation.

?We are very happy to see Vodafone put smiles on the faces of patients,? she said. ?We have lacked these facilities and they have been a worry to us all here,? she said.

Vodafone Foundation has since 2009 introduced many healthcare initiatives to various communities across the country, including the Vodafone Healthline, a call centre and Vodafone Healthfest, a free screening programme.

GNA

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