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Jacob’s Well Appeal Ghana gives to 37 Military Hospital

Jacob’s Well Appeal Ghana, a charitable Non-Governmental Organisation, has presented assorted medical equipment and consumables worth over 100,000 pounds sterling to the 37 Military Hospital. The items include beds, stretchers, wheel chairs, personal protective equipment, orthopedic clutches and accessories, hygiene products, medicines and medical disposals. Ms Sandra Scantlebury, Country Director, said 37 Military Hospital was chosen because it had huge responsibility to help the country prepare for the Ebola virus should the unforeseen happen. She said the items, the second in a series, was the organisation's quota in support of the hospital to get prepared to prevent the virus » Read More

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