Rotary Club of Accra-Labone, others contribute to Ankaful Psychiatric Hospital and Cape Deaf/Blind

Members of the Rotary clubs pose with some students and members of staff of Cape Deaf and Blind

Members of the Rotary clubs posture with some trainees and members of personnel of Cape Deaf and Blind

The Rotary Club of Accra-Labone together with the Airport, Accra-Ridge, Winneba and Cape Coast Central chapters of the Rotary club and the Rotract club of Accra-Labone, has actually provided hygienic products to the Ankaful Psychiatric healthcare facility and the Cape Coast School for the Deaf and Blind in Cape Coast.

The products consisted of about 100 boxes of the Software hygienic towels and about 60 packages of Cute Woman sanitary napkin, face masks and clothes.

The President of the Rotary Club of Accra-Labone, Mr Emmanuel Anum Mensah stated the club had actually started the task of supporting the psychologically ill with hygienic towels 5 years back.

He observed that psychological health and its tensions and obstacles positioned on people and the organizations that supply psychological healthcare needed assistance that surpassed what the federal government might provide for this reason the choice by the club to support.

He stated the Accra-Labone Rotary club, the initiator of the task this year, looked for assistance from other sis chapters to make the assistance larger.

Mr Mensah (fourth from right handing over the items to the school

BeneficiariesAlready, he stated the Patang and Accra Psychiatric medical facilities had actually taken advantage of the task in previous years.

At the Ankaful Psychiatric Hospital, the administrator, Ms Catherine Quarshie who got the products guaranteed the members that the products would reach the recipients.

She stated hygienic health of psychologically ill females and ladies was an important element of their wellness, including that the gesture would go a long method to assist handle the clients.

She discussed that a few of the clients were ignored by household for a number of months making it tough to cater for them. She stated the contribution was good.

Cape Deaf/BlindAt the Cape Coast School for the Deaf and Blind, the club likewise provided shaving sticks and fighter’s trousers for the male trainees.

Mr Mensah kept in mind that health routines and behaviours were vital for all and specifically for teenagers with unique requirements, including that the club would continue to do what was within members’ methods to support the trainees.

Adopt healthy mindsets A Past President of the club, Dr Naana Agyemang-Mensah encouraged the ladies to embrace healthy menstrual health mindsets to avoid infections.

She likewise encouraged the males not to tease ladies in their duration who mistakenly soil themselves.”How would you feel if your sister is being mocked because of something like this? Don’t tease the girls when they soil themselves during their periods,” she stated.

She kept in mind that the function of females in procreation and menstruation must not give tension and humiliation for females which ladies’ menstruation was not wicked.

She required assistance for susceptible ladies and females, stating the absence of proper sanitary products for usage throughout their menses had actually pressed some into incorrect relationships.

The headmaster of Cape Deaf/Blind, Mr Abraham Annang Yemoson thanked the club for the gesture and guaranteed that it would be put to excellent usage.

Rotary Club of Accra-Labone, others contribute to Ankaful Psychiatric Hospital and Cape Deaf/Blind