Genet Services, the organizers of the annual Women in Worship event has made a donation to the Korlu Bu Teaching Hospital in Accra.
The move was initiated after the Women in Worship team interviewed some of the patients at the hospital on their needs.
It was part of the ‘Akatasia’ campaign which seeks to educate women on cervical cancer.
The items donated include Gloves, Kettles, disinfectants, hand wipes, sanitizers, water, bed mats, adult diapers, digital thermometers, bedsheets, BP apparatus, screens, a wheelchair and other items.
They also made available cash to take care of the needy patients who may struggle to afford certain things or even pay for their bills.
The Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Genet Services, Madam Georgina Netty, announced that her outfit will also embark on cervical cancer campaigns at some selected Tertiary Institutions and Girls Senior High Schools in the country.
She disclosed their readiness to make another donation after the fourth edition of Women in Worship has been climaxed if God willing next year.
A senior nursing officer at hospital who received the items thanked the Chief Executive Officer of Genet Services and her Women in Worship team for their kind gesture.
She implored Ghanaian women to do early screening for the detection and also a possible treatment if any.