Kasapreko founder and CEO Dr Kwabena Adjei has donated an ultra-modern polyclinic built at a cost of ¢2 million and a Nissan Frontier to the Municipal Health Directorate in the Wassa Amenfi Central municipality.
The donation is to give the residents of Bonuama and its environs access to quality healthcare delivery.
Construction of the facility commenced two years ago and forms part of Kasapreko’s Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) activities in various communities around the country.
The polyclinic is composed of three doctors’ consulting rooms, an outpatient department (OPD), emergency ward, delivery suite, officers’ hall, records department, national health insurance department and conference room, as well as an auxiliary nursing department.
The gesture was warmly received by the chiefs and people of Bonuama, who previously had to travel long distances to access quality healthcare.
The Omanhene of Wassa Amenfi Traditional Area Tetrete Okwamoah Skyrim commended Kasapreko for augmenting government efforts in improving quality health care delivery in the community.
He also mentioned the need for people in his community to adopt maintenance culture.
Mr Adjei, who also happens to be an indigene of the community said his company was happy to contribute its quota to the health need of the people.
For his part, Western Regional Minister Kwabena Okyere Darko Mensah said government will continue to welcome and work with the private sector to improve the quality of health care delivery in the country.
He added that the health of a people is also their wealth so everyone should practice good hygiene, eat well and exercise so they do not fall sick.