US Firm Gives To Mothers
General Electric, a leading industrial company in the USA, has presented mother and infant care kits worth C450 million to new and expectant mothers at the Maamobi Polyclinic in Accra.
The kits, which contained toiletries, baby lotions, feeding bottles, towels, among other things, is to enable the mothers to provide quality care for their babies and to alleviate the expenses incurred by mothers in their delivery.
Presenting the items, Alex Canfor-Dumas, General Electric project leader for Africa, said the donation was a contribution from employees of the company as part of its health outreach programme in Africa.
He said the company had over the years supported the sector to facilitate health delivery through infrastructural development and provision of health equipment, and had assisted in areas of education and soccer drive.