Enterprise Group PLC has made a donation of USD20,000 for the purchase of 2 incubators to the Keta Hospital in support Kokrokoo Foundation’s Project 100.’ This was in response to Kokrokoo Foundation’s request for support of ‘Project 100’ – a project that aims at purchasing 100 incubators to be distributed to needy hospitals countrywide to save preterm babies.
The incubators were delivered to the Keta Hospital after a needs assessment was done to identify prospective beneficiary hospitals. As part of the donation, an end-user training was conducted for the hospital
Speaking on the donation, Mrs. Phyllis Woode-Nartey, Head of Group Communication and Synergy at Enterprise Group said the Group was ready to support worthy initiatives particularly in the area of Education and Health as part of its Corporate Social Investment Strategy.
‘We are very happy to demonstrate our commitment to health initiatives through this donation. Our promise to deliver an Advantage to all who come into contact with us forms the essence of our being”
She expressed hope that the incubators will be put to good use to the benefit of all.
About Enterprise Group
Enterprise Group PLC is the leading player in Ghana’s financial services sector comprising six operating companies; Enterprise Insurance, Enterprise Life, Enterprise Trustees, Enterprise Properties and Enterprise Funeral Services Ghana trading as ‘Transitions – The Funeral People’ and Acacia Health. It is headquartered in Accra and has operations in The Gambia and Nigeria.