…….as IK Charitable Trust donates Two boreholes and Covid-19 preventive items to Chainama hills hospital.
Ik charitable trust representative Haproon Ghumra says that the reduction in COVID-19 cases in the Country is encouraging.
Speaking when he handed over two boreholes, Covid 19 preventive items and other cleaning materials to Chainama hills hospital, Mr Ghumra said that despite the drop in the number of cases, people should not drop their guard because this is not the end of the fight.
“We have realized that cleanliness of the hospitals is critical because this is a medical facility thats why we have donated these items,” Mr Ghumra said
He said that this was not the first or the last donation because IK Charitable Trust has and will continue to partner with government through the ministry of health.
He urged the management to put the donated items to good use and hoped that the came in handy.
He added that society and other well meaning citizens have a moral obligation and social responsibility to look after mental health patients.
And speaking when she received the donation, acting senior medical superintendent Dr Francisa Bwalya thanked IK charitable trust for joining hands in advocating for better mental health.
Dr. Bwalya said that the COVID-19 pandemic has had a huge impact on the economicial challenges being faced by Zambians a situation she said has resulted in some people experiencing mental health challenges.
She thanked Ik Charitable Trust for the donation which she said will help in promoting safe water and better hygiene.