Members of the Naada Jinapor Foundation, a non profit organisation operating in the Damongo constituency led by one of it’s members, Miss Rafia Seidu and some executives of the New patriotic party in the Damongo constituency has donated some items to children on admission at the paediatric ward of the St. Anne’s catholic hospital in Damongo.
Donating the items on Sunday, 2nd October, 2022 to commensurate the birthday of the foundations founder, Mrs Naada Jinapor, the secretary of the New patriotic party in the Damongo constituency, Mr. Kadiri Abdul Rahman explained that, their visit to the children’s ward was to celebrate and share with them some items on the occasion of the birthday celebration of their mother, Mrs Naada Jinapor who, according to him, is very passionate in the health of children in the constituency and wishes to share with them the little at her disposal on her birthday.
Miss Rafia Seidu, a member of the foundation in the Damongo constituency on her part said, the wellbeing of women and children are so dear to the heart of Mrs Naada Jinapor, who has been a mother for all in the constituency.
According to her, Mrs Naada Jinapor and her foundation has carried out several interventions especially in the areas of health such as medical outreach programmes just to ensure that, children within the constituency live a healthy life so as to give their mothers a sound mind to take good care of them.
She added that, she is very optimistic that the gesture by their founder will help bring smiles on the faces of the sick children and their caretakers at the facility.
She urged the caregivers to the sick children to continue to pray for the birthday Mother, Mrs Naada Jinapor and her husband, Hon. Lawyer Samuel Abu Jinapor in their quest to transform the lives of women and children in the area.
The incharge of the paediatric ward, Miss Andriana Akayiba on behalf of the staff of the ward and the children, thanked Mrs Naada Jinapor and her foundation for the donation and asked that, God bless her in the years ahead so that she can continue to extend such benevolence to them at the St. Anne’s catholic hospital.
The items donated included, assorted mineral drinks, powdered milk, mineral water, Biscuits, Bathing soap, liquid soap, washing powder, hand Sanitizers, pop corn and toiletries.
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