UEW Credit Union Supports COLTEK Clinic
The Board of Directors of the University of Education, Winneba Corporative Credit Union (UEWCCU) has presented six metal three-in-one visitors’ chairs to the Clinic at the College of Technology Education, Kumasi (COLTEK) as its contribution towards the fight against the spread and management of the COVID-19 pandemic at the College.
brief donation ceremony
The chairs, valued at about GH₵ 7,000.00, will augment furniture at the Out-Patients-Department (OPD). This will go a long way to enhance the Clinic’s commitment to ensuring the effective observance of physical distancing, a key COVID-19 protocol while guaranteeing the comfort of its patrons.
Receiving the chairs on behalf of Management of COLTEK, the Principal, Prof. Frederick Kwaku Sarfo expressed heartfelt gratitude to the Board of Directors of UEWCCU for the kind gesture.
Prof. Frederick Kwaku Sarfo, Principal of COLTEK
He said that the donation was timely, considering the pressure on all health facilities in the country currently because of the COVID-19 pandemic. He described the move as a good corporate social responsibility to boost effective and efficient healthcare delivery at the College.
He was particularly grateful to the Clinic staff for their dedication and hard work despite the high risks that health staff face because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
“News of COVID-19 infection and deaths among health personnel in the country and abroad is well-known but you have not allowed that to cow you into shirking your duty. Rather, you have acted with extreme professionalism and sought the good of staff and citizens in our environs,” he observed.
Presenting the Chairs, a Board Member of the UEWCCU and Deputy Registrar, Mr. Michael Kofi Twum-Ampomah indicated that the donation was in response to a request made by the Clinic to the Union. He hoped that the chairs would help to bring comfort to patrons of the clinic.
Board Member of the UEWCCU presenting the chairs
Meanwhile, he thanked COLTEK Management for providing necessary space for the Union’s offices and appealed to it to give a favourable response to the UEWCCU’s request for relocation to a more suitable area on campus.
The Head of the College Clinic, Dr. Ato Kwamena Sagoe was grateful for the gesture. He said it would help the Clinic to enhance its social distancing practice.
Also present at the ceremony were the College Registrar, Mr. Michael Kofi Adu; Vice-Dean of Student Affairs, Dr. Philip Oti Agyen; Prof. Joseph Mbawuni of the Faculty of Business Education (FBE), staff of the UEWCCU and the Clinic.
Principal of COLTEK, Prof. Frederick Kwaku Sarfo and College Registrar, Mr. Michael Kofi Adu