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Kingfisher Trust donates materials to Bansang Hospitals

By S.B.Danso

Kingfisher Trust, a non-government charitable organisation in The Gambia, recently donate ed £12,500 worth of materials to Bansang Hospital in the

MacCarthy Island Division.

The assorted materials in 164 boxes range from blankets, X-ray machines anaesthetic machine, mobile ward bath and medicine. They were received by Foday Sanyang, procurement officer of Ban sang Hospital, at the Department of Health in Banjul.

Batch. S. Jallow of Kingfisher Trust remarked at the ceremony that the materials were part of the Trust's activities in The Gambia for the past 11 years. He added that the materials, valued at about D192,500, would indeed help the people that they were intended for.

Mr. Jallow said that the Trust hoped to continue the good work and was expanding its activities to other areas of the country.

Mr. Foday Sanyang, in his contribution, said they would make good use of the materials at Bansang, which is one of the major referral hospitals in the country.

Meanwhile, the Trust has decided to help 14 primary schools across the country and also Jessadi clinic and Niamina women.

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