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16.11.2019 General News

Little Things International donates radiant warmer to Our Lady of Grace Catholic Hospital

Little Things International donates radiant warmer to Our Lady of Grace Catholic Hospital

On 15th September, 2019, Little Things International, a not for profit organization made up of professionals who aim to give back to society and their country Ghana, hosted a gospel worship event dubbed ‘The Connection'.

The worship event was led by South African Songstress Ntokozo Mbambo and Ghanaian ministers including Ps. Isaiah Ofosu-Kwakye, Eugene Zuta, Rev Iffy, Jeshurun Okyere, Efe Grace, Harmony Deh, Calvis Hammond and Jerbette Production.

'The Connection' worship event was also used as a medium to raise funds for the acquisition of a radiant warmer for Our Lady of Grace Catholic Hospital at Breman Asikuma in the Central Region.

This was necessitated because of the unavailability of adequate hospital equipment such as the radiant warmer to manage the number of pre-term incidences reported in the district, and subsequently the unfortunate demise of some pre-term babies in that District despite the extra work done by the hospital.

On Friday 8th November, 2019, Little Things International team, led by its President Sena Nyame donated the radiant warmer worth thousands of Ghana Cedis to the hospital.

Receiving the radiant warmer, the Medical Director of Our Lady of Grace Catholic Hospital, Dr. Francis Bentil together with Deputy Medical Director, Dr. Benedict Boateng, Sister in Charge, Rev. Sis. Edwige Gaba and Nursing Matron, Madam Paulina Essuman and members of the Premies Focus Group expressed their profound gratitude to the Little Things International team.

They reiterated how timely the radiant warmer has come to the hospital considering the proliferation of pre-term deliveries. This according to the hospital would help save the lives of lots of pre-term babies in the district and beyond.

The Little things International team made up of Ekow Crentsil, Nathaniel Koranteng, Joyce Ayesu, Stella Mensah and the President, Sena Nyame presented the radiant warmer to the hospital.

Source: Daniel Kaku