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Nan-Song Unique Educational Complex supports Tindonsobligo CHPS Compound with medical items

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A private basic school located in Tindonsobligo, a community in the Bolgatanga municipality of the Upper East region, Nan-Song Unique Educational Complex, has made a donation to the Tindonsobligo Community-based Health Planning Services (CHPS) Compound to support health delivery in the facility.

The items received by the health facility comprise some medications, 25-liter canisters of liquid soap produced by the school, and personal protective equipment, among others.

Speaking at a short ceremony at the facility, the proprietor, Samuel Sapak Bugre, said the donations are part of the school’s corporate social responsibility in recognition of the cooperation and goodwill it had enjoyed from the community as its operational area.

According to Mr. Sapak, the gesture is not just from the management of the school but from both staff, students, and the school authority who deem it necessary to offer the little they have to the community CHPS Compound.

“As part of our social corporate responsibility, being beneficiaries from the community, we deem it necessary to also come with my staff and students to make this little donation to you. It is not only the director of the school who made this donation possible, but the little ones, you are seeing, they have contributed, the staff have contributed, and the management of the institution also contributed to bring this small donation to the health center,” he said.

The Assembly Member for the area, Thomas Ayambila Apaala, expressed some level of excitement over the donation, describing it as a good move by the school. Mr. Ayambila called on other entities in the community to support the health facility and other needs in the community.

The officer in charge at the Tindonsobligo CHPS Compound, John Aboegyi, thanked the school for the donation and described the gesture as timely because it coincided with an existing plan to upgrade the CHPS compound to a health center. He also called for more support from other organizations and individuals.

Source: A1Radioonline.Com|101.1MHZ|David Azure |Bolgatanga|

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