Technology company, TechGulf Ghana Limited, donated 10,800 KN95 nose masks to the Korle Bu Teaching Hospital. The donation was to support the hospital’s fight against COVID-19.
TechGulf’s CEO, Franklin Asare, during the donation said, Korle Bu, is key to health care delivery in Ghana and TechGulf is willing and ready to assist the hospital in various capacities, including IT for data storage and telemedicine.
Present at the event was the CEO of Korlu Bu Teaching Hospital, Dr. Opoku Ware Ampomah, who received the items and expressed his appreciation of the kind gesture, stating it will go a long way to help the hospital protect its staff. Also present were AmCham Ghana Executive Secretary, Simon Madjie, the hospital’s Director of Administration, Munir Alhassan, and other senior staff of the hospital and TechGulf.
Gunner Hamlyn, Economic Officer at U.S. Embassy in Ghana, who was also present said the donation by the American-based company represents a significant form of assistance to the Korle Bu Teaching Hospital’s ability to provide quality healthcare and protect medical professionals.
TechGulf Ghana Limited was set up to execute and operationalize the mandate of TechGulf LLC in respect of
introducing US Technology Companies to the Africa Region. One of the key strategic partners of TechGulf is Overland Tandberg, which is a Silicon Valley-based technology company that provides full life cycle data management solutions.