Mobile Library Project Donates to UCC Hospital Children’s Ward.

The Mobile Library project under the “Boa Daakye Foundation”, has donated a mobile library, digital television, and stationery to the Paediatric Unit of the University of Cape Coast Hospital to mark World Book and Copyright Day.

The Assistant Registrar of the University Health Services, Mrs Esther Ababio, expressed gratitude to the Foundation for the donation, and guaranteed maximum usage of the Library and TV for its intended purpose. “This is a very good initiative and on behalf of the entire team in this Hospital, I say thank you for your donation. We are looking forward to seeing our patients read these books and recover quickly as desired. Thank you, Mobile Library Project, for this great work” she added.

The founder of the Foundation, Miss Kate Wodenya Amenyikor also took the opportunity to thank the hospital for their cooperation in making the presentation a success. She mentioned that her team would be in touch with the hospital to find out the progress and impact made. Again, she noted that the Foundation was working at providing more facilities across all hospitals and clinics in the Central Region to aid literacy improvement. “We are happy to see this dream materialise today. This is the first donation under our Read to Heal Initiative, and it is definitely not the last. We are working on providing the mobile library and TV in almost all hospitals in the Region to improve literacy, especially in children. Our doors are always open for support of any kind in promoting this agenda,” she added.

The focus of the Read to Heal Initiative is to promote literacy in children at various hospitals in the Central Region of Ghana. The Initiative seeks to ignite the reading interest of children with the hope of improving their health conditions over time through cognitive exercise.

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