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Orca Deco supports Rebecca Foundation with 176 hospital beds

Ghana’s fastest-growing furniture and décor retail company, Orca Deco (Ghana) Limited, has presented 176 hospital beds worth GH¢200,000.00 to the Office of the First Lady, Mrs Rebecca Akufo-Addo, through The Rebecca Foundation in Accra.

This gesture forms part of Orca Deco’s commitment and the First Lady’s resolve to supporting the government’s commitment to reducing the “no bed syndrome” in Ghana’s health facilities.

At a ceremony to receive the beds, the First Lady, H. E. Mrs Rebecca Akufo-Addo, in a brief remark thanked Orca Deco for always responding to calls from her outfit to support the people of Ghana particularly on issues of affecting women, children and the vulnerable.

Mrs Akufo-Addo reiterated the commitment of The Rebecca Foundation to promoting the well-being of all Ghanaian women and children and said it would continue to work earnestly in their interest. She called on well-meaning corporate organisations to partner with her outfit to address challenges identified in the health and the education sectors.

Managing Partner at Orca Deco, Mr Rayan Sharara, lauded the efforts of the First Lady towards providing support for maternal and child healthcare in Ghana adding that Orca has grown to be a household name in Ghana due to the support and patronage of the Ghanaian people hence Orca is always eager and joyous to take any step to alleviate any form of a societal challenge particularly in matters prevalent among women and children.

Mrs Akufo-Addo reiterated the commitment of The Rebecca Foundation to promoting the well-being of all Ghanaian women and children and said it would continue to work earnestly in their interest. She called on well-meaning corporate organisations to partner with her outfit to address challenges identified in the health and the education sectors.

Managing Partner at Orca Deco, Mr Rayan Sharara, lauded the efforts of the First Lady towards providing support for maternal and child healthcare in Ghana adding that Orca has grown to be a household name in Ghana due to the support and patronage of the Ghanaian people hence Orca is always eager and joyous to take any step to alleviate any form of a societal challenge particularly in matters prevalent among women and children.

Source: Orca Deco (Ghana) Limited

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