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Dec 11, 2018 | General News

Eurofinsa Ghana Supports Infanta Malaria Prevention Foundation

By Emmanuel Ajarfor Abugri
Mr. Joaquin Roura making presentation at one of the company's donation drive
Mr. Joaquin Roura making presentation at one of the company's donation drive

Eurofinsa Ghana, has supported the Infanta Malaria Prevention Foundation (IMPF) to host the award winning Anabel Veloso Flamenco Company from Spain at the Foundation’s 2018 annual concert in Ghana.

The event, held in partnership with the Spanish Embassy in Ghana, was a fundraising activity meant to help less privileged families, especially children and pregnant mothers in various communities across the country.

The First Lady, Mrs. Rebecca Akufo-Addo, who is the Chairperson of the IMPF, indicated that proceeds from the event, would enable the Foundation to build its fourth community-based health and planning services (CHPS) clinic in the Ga South District in the Greater Accra Region.

“The CHPS clinics allow us to help prevent malaria and reduce malnutrition among pregnant women and children at the community level. We are grateful to all sponsors of this noble cause,” she indicated.

Speaking about the support for the event, Country Manager of Eurofinsa, Joaquin Roura, explained that it was necessary for Eurofinsa to come on board to assist the foundation, particularly that the Embassy of Spain was also involved in the event.

“More importantly we believe that there is the need to give back to society and to positively impact the lives of people in communities that we work in. We have made donations to several entities in Ghana and we want to continue that. Malaria remains a global threat and Eurofinsa is a global company, hence, our resolve to see the disease curbed in all communities and countries that we operate in,” he explained.

Joaquin Roura said Eurofinsa is a business group that specializes in the development of public works including infrastructure, health, energy, water among others, for institutions and governments in several countries.

“We’ve been in Ghana for some time, and we have undertaken some notable projects for the government and other institutions and we have several important projects coming up for the people of Ghana,” he said.

The company and its subsidiaries have local offices in four continents spanning the globe, with more than 30 years of experience in the delivery of turnkey projects.

Eurofinsa provides a global presence with a local footprint for its clients.

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