The Member of Parliament for Nadowli-Kaleo Constituency, Hon. Anthony Sumah has donated over Ghc50, 000 to three communities to improve health service delivery in his constituency.
3rd May 2022
NADOWL/KALEO MP SUPPORTS THREE COMMUNITIES WITH 58,000 GHANA CEDIS TOWARDS COMPLETING DELIVERY ROOMS.
The Member of parliament for Nadowli/Kaleo, Hon. Anthony Mwinkaara Sumah has committed an amount of 58,000 Ghana cedis to support three communities in completing their self-help delivery room projects. Two of the donation ceremonies took place at separate events in Tangasia and Pennintobo earlier today.
The first presentation was at Tangasia where an amount of Twenty-five thousand Ghana Cedis (GHC 25,000) was donated to the community to enable them complete the delivery room which was started some few years ago.
The MP and his entourage later moved to Pennintobo where a cash amount of Thirty thousand Ghana Cedis (GHC 30,000) was donated by the MP as support for the completion of the delivery room there. Lastly, an amount of three thousand Ghana Cedis (GHC 3000) is earmarked to be donated to the Kulpieni community for a similar project, bringing the total amount to Fifty-Eight thousand Ghana Cedis (GHC 58,000). All three projects are community led initiatives.
Hon. Sumah whilst making the presentations, commended the communities for the proactive initiatives. According to him, the communal spirit they manifested was admirable and should be emulated by others.
He was hopeful that the projects would be completed in time to serve the needs of the growing populations in the beneficiary communities.
The cash amounts were presented to the Chief, Assembly Member, Health Working Committee, staff of the CHPs compound as well as the District Director of Health in both instances.
The formidable teams as stated above are to see to the judicious use of the donations towards the timely completion of the delivery rooms in the communities.
The MP was accompanied by the District Director Health, constituency executives of the NDC as well as some well-meaning indigenes of the beneficiary communities.