ASA Savings and Loans holds free health screening for Teshie clients; shares mosquito nets

Health ASA Savings and Loans holds free health screening for Teshie clients; shares mosquito nets

Over 100 women living in Teshie went home grateful to ASA Savings and Loans on Wednesday, January 31, after benefiting from a free health screening exercise.

The free health screening was spearheaded by the Teshie Business Centre of the Savings and Loans Company with the motive of improving the health of clients and residents.

The exercise carried out by Modern Care Clinic covered checks for malaria, blood sugar level, hepatitis B, eye tests, as well as general well-being.

Besides the free health check, ASA Savings and Loans paid for medication to be prescribed to the beneficiaries.

In addition, mosquito nets were shared to Teshie residents, mostly clients of ASA Savings and Loans.


Speaking on the decision to put together the free health screening, ASA Savings and Loans Teshie Business Centre branch manager, Sabina Kumfu explained that it is part of the company’s Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR).

She said for a company that works with a lot of women, it is important to not only support them financially to scale up their businesses but also help them stay healthy.

Sabina Kumfu further noted that ASA Savings and Loans will continue to engage in regular CSR activities to give back to communities in which they operate.

Engaging the media on the sidelines of the exercise, Comfort Afi Boryor, one of the beneficiaries in Teshie expressed appreciation to ASA Savings and Loans for the kind gesture.

“I have an ulcer and it has been worrying me. The doctor advised me on good living practices and also gave me medicine. This has been very good. I will say a big thank you to ASA Savings and Loans.

“This has really helped me and I’m sure it is also helping the other people here. To receive medical care without paying anything is very huge and we are grateful,” Comfort Afi Boryor said.


On his part, Dr. Abdul Rahman from Modern Care Clinic advised the beneficiaries to take their health seriously.

He urged those who are yet to test for hepatitis B to get tested and ensure they are vaccinated.

“Don’t worry if you are diagnosed with anything. The doctors are there to provide medication for you free of charge.

“Let’s take hepatitis seriously. I encourage you all to get checked. If you have not been vaccinated, please go to any hospital and get yourself vaccinated,” Dr. Abdul Rahman admonished.

At Wednesday’s free health screening, the Area Manager of ASA Savings and Loans in Teshie, Madam Zalia Alhassan was present to see to it that the exercise was smooth.

Eric Nana Yaw Kwafo
Eric Nana Yaw Kwafo

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