UNICEF statistics reveals that about one hundred and forty thousand (140,000) children are born prematurely in Ghana annually, and over eight thousand (8,000) of these children meet their untimely demise before thirty (30) days. How do we protect our vulnerable and precious little ones?
Over the weekend, the eastern regional minister and a former member of parliament for Mpreaso Constituency was privileged to answer the call of the Kokrokoo Charities Foundation upon which he made a humble donation of two incubators each to the Kwahu Government Hospital – Atibie as well as the Holy Family Hospital – Koforidua respectively.
Kokrokoo Charities Foundation is a social intervention program led by award-winning journalist Kwami Sefa Kayi to help fight major societal problems in Ghana. The foundation has launched “Project 100”, as part of its humanitarian effort to supply a total quantity of one hundred (100) incubators across hospitals in Ghana.
Chairman General Kwame Sefa Kayi, together with the hon Seth Kwame Acheampong donated a total quantity of twenty-five (25) bags of rice to the Holy Family Hospital – Koforidua to support efforts in contributing to the cause set forth.