Mantrac Ghana Limited has donated Personnel Protective Equipments (PPE’s) to some health facilities in communities where Mantrac Ghana operates.

This is part of the sole authorised Caterpillar dealer in Ghana’s contribution to the national efforts to curb the spread of Covid -19.

Mantrac Ghana committed a total amount of $40,000 to help the Covid-19 fight in the country, out of which $10,000 was donated to the National Covid-19 National Trust Fund in June.

The PPEs were presented to the Greater Accra Regional Hospital, Effie Kwesimintsim Health Directorate, the Ahanta West Health Directorate in Takoradi, the Tarkwa Municipal Hospital, and the Tarkwa District Police Station all in the Western Region and the Bibiani Municipal Hospital in the Western North region.

Head of Human Resources at Mantrac Ghana, Kingsley Amoako-Mensah said, “as an organisation that provides support to key sectors of the economy, Mantrac Ghana considers the health and wellbeing of its stakeholders a priority.”

He stated the donation to health facilities and security agency in particular is Mantrac Ghana’s way of giving back to society.

“This is a demonstration of the fact that we recognize as a private sector organisation that government alone can’t do it all. So, we decided to make these donations,” he added.