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29.09.2008 Health

Anglican Women’s Fellowship donates to children’s ward

By gna

The Women's Fellowship of Koforidua St. Peter's Anglican Cathedral, has donated fruits, food items and toiletries worth 500 Ghana cedis to the Children's ward of the Regional Hospital at Koforidua.

These included banana, pineapples, loaves of bread, milk, eggs, biscuits, toilet rolls and soap.

Presenting the items, Ms Cathlyn Ababio, Diocesan Co-ordinator of the Women's Ministry of the Church, said the donation formed part of activities to climax the Week-long celebration of the Women's Ministry week.

Members of the fellowship, led by the Dean of the Cathedral, Very Reverend Sam Binney prayed for the inmates of the ward.

They supported two women, whose children were on admission at the hospital, to register with the National Health Insurance Scheme.

Mrs Dorinda Donkor, President the fellowship, expressed the hope that the donation would assist in the speedy recovery of the beneficiaries.

Ms Dianah Oduro, Senior Nursing Officer of the hospital, who received the items on behalf of the hospital, commended members of the fellowship for their gesture.