Call@2012 donates equipment to Mamprobi Polyclinic
Call@2012, a group of lawyers who graduated from the Ghana School of Law (GSL) in 2012 have donated equipment worth thousands of cedis to the Mamprobi Polyclinic
equipment which included an Electric Suction Apparatus, a Surgery Lamp and a Patient Monitor were handed over to the administrators of the hospital at a brief ceremony on Monday in Accra.
The spokesperson of the year group, Mr Lamtiig Apanga said the humanitarian gesture came about after deliberations with some staff about the needs of the polyclinic.
He said: "On behalf of the Call@2012 membership, we donate this equipment to support the delivery of healthcare at this polyclinic. We hope that it will be put to good use which will ensure that society benefits from our widow's mite".
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He said the members of the Call@2012 group were hopeful that the polyclinic will put the equipment to good use which will benefit the society.
Receiving the items on behalf of the Mamprobi Polyclinic, the Administrator, Miss Sophia Oware said the donation was timely because the facility was in dire need of such equipment.
According to her, smaller health facilities were often neglected by charitable groups in favour of larger ones. She, therefore, urged the group to adopt the Polyclinic which she said was hoping to be classified as a hospital in 2020.