Global Media Alliance donates to Korle Bu NICU

Head of HR at GMA Group (with microphone), Fafa Gbeho, presenting the items. With her are the GMA Ladies and staff of the hospital

Global Media Alliance, a leading media and communications company, celebrated Mother’s Day with mothers and their babies at the Neo-natal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) of the Korle Bu Teaching Hospital.

This initiative, driven by the ladies of GMA Group, embodies the spirit of giving back to the community, especially during occasions that highlight the importance of maternal health and well-being.

As part of their commitment to making a meaningful impact, the GMA ladies chose Korle Bu Hospital due to its longstanding dedication to providing essential healthcare services to mothers and children.

The donation, which included items such as diapers, hand gloves, nose masks and other toiletries, is a testament to GMA’s values of empathy and social responsibility. It reflects the collective desire of GMA’s women to contribute positively to society, particularly in areas related to healthcare and maternal welfare.

Presenting the items, the Head of Human Resource at the GMA Group, Fafa Gbeho, said the donation forms part of the corporate social responsibility of the company.

“Mother’s Day is not just about celebration; it’s also about recognising the challenges many mothers face, especially in accessing quality healthcare. Our donation to Korle Bu Hospital is a small yet meaningful step toward ensuring that mothers and their children receive the care they deserve.

This donation not only forms part of the corporate social responsibility of the GMA Group, but was also born out of the willingness of the ladies of GMA Group to also give back to society and by contributing to make this happen,” she said.

The Acting Chief Nursing Officer of the Department of Child Health at Korle Bu, Agnes Ofosu-Boateng, who received the items, expressed gratitude to GMA for the donation.

“Such gestures of kindness and support play a crucial role in advancing our mission of providing exceptional healthcare services to all. These items have come in handy and they will bring much relief to the mothers as they are always under constant strain to provide these for their babies who are in intensive care.”

On his part, the Head of Public Relations at the Hospital, Mustapha Salifu, urged GMA to use their broadcasting medium to call on other corporate institutions and individuals to support the NICU as the unit is in constant need of support.

“The items you have brought will go a long way to ensure that the babies are comfortable and also give the mothers peace of mind, knowing that their babies are being taken care of,” he added.

Representing the GMA Group were staff from the GMA Consulting arm, Silverbird Cinemas, Happy FM, YFM and the eProductions units. Global Media Alliance remains committed to leveraging its resources and influence to create a positive impact in communities across Ghana. The GMA Ladies Initiative, through initiatives like this, continues to inspire and empower women to be agents of change and compassion.

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