Mosque Foundation in collaboration with Ahmed Ghanim Diab proprietor of
Emporium, recently donated over five hundred bed sheets to nine public health
facilities in the country, at a ceremony held at the Serrekunda General
The cost of the donated material was worth D500,000.
Speaking on behalf of the Pipeline Mosque Foundation, Dawooda M.B. Jagne, vice president of the Foundation, thanked all those who attended the ceremony, adding that the donation was very important to the health facilities.
Mr Jagne also thanked Ahmed Ghanim Diab for the timely donation and called on other philanthropists and individuals to emulate Ahme Ghanim’s contribution to national development.
He said they have been doing this for the past years, working with their friends, adding that the Pipeline mosque committee foundation was indeed happy.
Saidu Beyai, CEO of Sarrekunda General Hospital, who received the item on behalf of the Ministry of Health and Social Welfare, thanked the Pipeline Mosque Foundation for the gesture.
He said the Pipeline Mosque Foundation is a local-based nonprofit charitable foundation established with the sole aim of rendering services to humanity.
The bed sheets that are been donated would go a long way in helping improve the healthcare service delivery in the health system.
He said the Pipeline Mosque Foundation has been donating medical materials to health facilities across the country during the Holy month of Ramadan.
They also adopted the Mortuary of Serrekunda General Hospital over the years, in collaboration with Abirr Society by providing volunteers to work in the mortuary at no cost to the hospital.
The beneficial hospitals are Serrekunda Hospital with 100 bed sheets, Francis Small Teaching Hospital 100 bed sheets, Bansang Hospital 50 bed sheets, Soma Health Centre 50 bed sheets, Bwiam Hospital 50 bed sheets, Brikama Health Centre 50 bed sheets, Farafenni Hospital 50 bed sheets, and Tanka Tanka Mental Hospital 50 bed sheets.