The Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Uprise Travel And Tour Agency, a private organization that is into the arrangement of transportation, tours, trips and accommodation for travelers Mr Musah Alhassan has donated quantities of laboratory and medical equipments to the Damongo town Cllinic in the Damongo Municipality of the Savannah Region.

Presenting the items to the facility by Mr Pantrawura Imoro, a friend of Mr Musah Alhassan on behalf of the agency indicated that the agency supports Communities with the help of their clients who bring in all kinds of items including books, medical equipments etc to help especially the needy and the deprived areas including facilities in some parts of the country.

Pantrawura Imoro indicated that this particular donations according to Mr Musah is from a Church group in New York namely The Baptist Church of which they have brought various items to be presented to the Damongo town health center to aid in the health needs of the people especially those patronizing the facility from deplorable areas in the municipality.

Mr Imoro, explained that the Damongo town clinic was chosen because of some interactions he had with people in the area, adding that this is not going to be the first or last time for the donations because other communities in the West Gonja municipality have been identified to receive similar benefits.

Mr Musah Alhassan speaking to Bole based Nkilgi fm said the gesture forms part of the agency’s community outreach program to support the less privileged health centers.

He hinted that his agency with support from some donors from New York will be coming in to register the less privileged in the society into the National Health Insurance Scheme data.

The medical in-charge of the Damongo town clinic, Mr Bright on behalf of the Clinic thanked Mr Musah and the donors for the equipments and assured them of using them for the purposes that the have been brought for.

He appealed to the team to continue to remember them when the have similar opportunities.

Mr Bright commended Mr Musah for remembering home by donating to the facility.