Representatives from All Moms in Leadership (aML) Community have presented nose masks, hand sanitizers and liquid hand washing soaps produced by aML members to pregnant women at the maternity unit of the Mamprobi Polyclinic.
The gesture by the community forms part of its plans in fighting the COVID-19 pandemic.
Director of Nurses at Mamprobi Polyclinic, Harriet Lomotey and her deputies welcomed and received the team upon arrival and thanked them for their concern.
According to the aML Founder, Ethel Marfo, the community of moms in leadership is one that looks out for the total wellbeing and upliftment of mothers thus they are embarking on a community outreach to aid in the fight against COVID-19.
“We hope to extend this support to other antenatal clinics in the Ablekuma South Sub Metro District to reduce the community spread of the corona virus especially among expectant mothers who are already in a delicate situation and require extra care in these times.
All Moms in Leadership (aML) is a support group for mothers and leaders of enterprises with the purpose of empowering women socially, professionally, spiritually and economically in order to build a valuable legacy for future generations.
It consists of professional consultants and entrepreneurial women with the majority of them involved in manufacturing and production of food, clothing, body and hair care products, jewellery etc.
Some members of The aML Community producing and supporting their communities with PPEs and Hand Sanitizers are Sadyevyta Wear House, Finest Vogue Fashion House, Nose Masks by Myda Foods, Classique hand sanitizers, Selby Blossom sanitizers and handwash, Afro Essentials, Exotic Naturals, Exa Ventures, Yoopo Clean Sanitizers and Nzua Hand Sanitizers.
“As responsible mothers and leaders of businesses it behoves on us to support other mothers in our own small way. The aML Community is delighted to contribute to a Corona virus free nation and we are ready to be of service to anyone who needs us. aML Community is appealing to all pregnant women and mothers to be hands on with all the safety protocols in their homes to stop the spread of coronavirus in Ghana.”