uniCredit, a savings and loans company, has provided support to five institutions in different locations throughout the country.
He also mentioned uniCredit’s ongoing eight-year partnership with the Princess Marie Children’s Hospital which included the establishment of a special needy fund which had grown over the years to cater for the needs of the less privileged children who could not have otherwise afforded medical care.
Mr Yeboah-Asiamah explained that uniCredit’s management had decided to extend the scope of its social responsibility by supporting five additional institutions in the country with a total of GH¢80,000.
He stated that this was in addition to a donation of GH¢20,000 presented to the Children’s Hospital earlier in the year.
He said he was hopeful that the provision of items such as adjustable beds, mattresses, a refrigerator and a television set to furnish the newly constructed Amo-Mensah Ward would go a long way to enhance quality health care at the facility.
Mr Yeboah-Asiamah also informed the polyclinic’s staff at the ceremony of uniCredit’s special loan product to serve the needs of salaried workers in the public sector.