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03.11.2017 Business & Finance

ASA Savings And Loans Donate To Nungua Orphanage

ASA Savings And Loans Donate To Nungua Orphanage
LISTEN NOV 3, 2017

ASA Savings and Loans Limited has shown benevolence to the New Life Nungua Children’s Home International with lots of items to improve the living condition of the children in the orphanage.

The items include bags of rice, bags of Gari, a bag of maize, a bag of sugar, 2 big gallons of oil, tin tomato pastes, Milo, Milk, packs of Biscuits, packs of Indomie, washing powder, soaps, diapers, toiletries, exercise books, note books and 30 bags of sachet water worth GH₵6,500.

The Deputy Managing Director of ASA Savings and Loans Limited, Mr. Shah Md Abdul Wahal, said the donation forms part of their Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) to support the less privileged in the community.

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He noted that as a company whose work is driven by the passion and love for humanity has undertaken such efforts to ensure that life becomes more meaningful for the children in the orphanage.

Mr. Abdul Wahal added that similar donations have been made to Dzorwulu Special School, Teshie Orphanage in Accra and other regions last year.

The Deputy Managing Director indicated that aside the soft loans they offer, the company has allocated US$35,000 this year for free health screening on Hepatitis B, Sugar level, Malaria, Breast Cancer, Blood Pressure and free medicines for clients.

According to him, over 3,854 people in communities within the Ashanti, BrongAhafo, Tarkoradi and Greater Accra region have benefited from the free medical screening.

The Chief Executive Officer of New Life Nungua Children’s Home International, NiiAfoteyBotwe II expressed his gratitude to management of ASA Savings and Loans Limited for the kind gesture.

He appealed to the company and other corporate organisations to help them complete their new two storey building project which started in January 2016 after portion of the old facility got gutted by fire.

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