Nabrok Foundation Ghana has thrown its weight behind efforts to stem the spread of COVID-19 in the Asuogyaman Constituency.
The NGO donated assorted items of significant worth as it seeks to augment effort of the NPP parliamentary candidate, Paul Asare Ansah, who has earned plaudits for his leadership and resourcefulness since the pandemic was first recorded in Ghana.
The assorted items which included 15 Veronica buckets, 15 bucket stands, 15 buckets, 15 packs of towel papers, 300 pieces of hand sanitizers, 20 gallons of liquid soap, 15 pieces of dustbins and 1,300 pieces of face masks were donated in support of the aspiring law- maker’s efforts, which includes the setting up of a factory with to produce a hundred thousand facemasks among other efforts like mass sensitization and distribution of sanitary essentials.
Nabrok Foundation is an NGO birthed in response to the growing need for an impactful pro-social inequality NGO, devoted to reversing social inequality in the society.
Speaking during the donation in Aboasa, Nabrok Foundation Founder, Nana Abrokwa Akwaa Asare commended the people of Asuogyaman for their pragmatic approach in fighting the pandemic and urged all constituents to adhere all safety protocols aimed at protecting them against the coronavirus (COVID-19).
“As a foundation, we have taken note of the fantastic effort made by constituents and community leadership in curtailing this disease. That is why we have committed to supporting with these items. We are keen on the development of Asugyamnag and would encourage all to protect themselves at all times by adhering to all stipulated safety protocols.” He said.
The foundation is impact-oriented and has a list of brilliantly thought-out initiatives that are capable of bridging the social inequality gap in Ghana. It partners government, private sector and international development bodies to provide excellent solutions that impact society.