The Rotary Club in Cape Coast has donated an ambulance and power inverters to the St. Martins De Porres Hospital at Ekwe in the Western Region to help save more lives. The hospital that serves over 20 health facilities has been grappling with the challenge of sending referral cases to other major health facilities because the 12-year-old ambulance at the facility was not in good shape.
The situation, according to health officials at the facility made health delivery and saving of lives of people in critical conditions difficult. The ambulance and the inverters donation, according to the club, was a collaborative effort of the Rotary Clubs in Cape Coast, Germany, France and England.
Speaking during the donation of the ambulance to the hospital, President of the Rotary Club in Cape Coast and MP for Abura Asebu Kwamankese, Elvis Morris Donkoh, revealed the need to save lives and make the life of the vulnerable and less privileged in society comfortable has become more than a calling to the club.
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