Techenomics donates to help fight COVID-19 in Ghana
Presentation of food and sanitisation items to police service and Madina community
Techenomics is not only open for business during the COVID-19 pandemic, the global total fluid management provider is also supporting communities and organisations in the areas in which it operates and this extends to Ghana in West Africa.
To assist with Ghana’s extensive efforts to prevent the spread of the virus, Techenomics has donated foodstuff to the community in Madina along with sanitisation materials to the Madina police who are on the frontline of enforcing measures aimed at keeping people safe.
The company’s local representatives Francis Komla Kings and Rashid Baba Amadu arranged for donations of bags of rice, cooking oils, canned fish, canned tomato paste, drinks, bottled water, hand sanitisers, liquid soaps, Veronica buckets to store running water for washing of hands, tissue papers, gloves and some face masks.
Food items and sanitisers were donated to the community while Techenomics made a donation of drinks, bottled water, Veronica buckets and hand sanitisers to the Madina police station with Chief Inspector Osei Kwabena on hand to accept the donations.
Also at the presentation was the Madina District police commander Chief Superintendent Martin Appiah, who expressed his appreciation to Techenomics for the kind gesture.
Speaking at the ceremony, Techenomics’ Francis Komla Kings said the presentation was an act of support from the company to assist institutions such as the Ghana police service, who are in the frontline of ensuring order and safety.
“We are excited to be in the position to support the police service with some items we believe will assist them in their work as part of our social responsibility. We are appreciative of your efforts in these trying times of the COVID-19 pandemic,” he said.
As of Thursday, April 30, 2020, there had been 2,074 cases of the virus confirmed in Ghana with 17 deaths and 212 recoveries.
Another area in which Techenomics is supporting frontline COVID-19 workers is with hospitals in Indonesia. With hospitals at the forefront of the battle Techenomics is offering free condition monitoring to support the ongoing operation of critical hospital auxiliary equipment.
At this time it is crucial that that key equipment such as gensets, chillers, pumps and other mechanical equipment keep operating to ensure hospitals can continue to carry out their vital work.
Techenomics CEO Chris Adsett said COVID-19 had brought unprecedented times and although social distancing measures are keeping colleagues, friends and family members apart, it is vital that those who can support those that are not so well off.
“As we have operations in various countries, we have always been a vertically integrated business and are able to provide our goods and services remotely.
“We do not have to be on-site or on-location to continue adding value to your business as our consulting and support options provide rapid problem-solving and professional care for superior results.”
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