The Church of Pentecost Belgium has donated assorted medical supplies to the Pentecost Social Services (PENTSOS) through the International Missions Office.
The supply of 265 hospital beds from the University Hospital, Brussels, facilitated by Deaconess Esther Asiedu, was a significant and impactful gesture.
The commitment of the delegates from Belgium, including Elder Samuel Amoah, Elder Ohene-Appiah, and Deaconess Esther Asiedu, in obtaining the items reflects the dedication of the Church to its social initiatives and the well-being of the community.
The hospital beds will be distributed to various medical facilities of The Church of Pentecost across Ghana and some government clinics in rural areas, demonstrating a holistic approach to healthcare and community service.
The gratitude expressed by the International Missions Director (IMD), Apostle Emmanuel Agyemang Bekoe, on behalf of the Chairman of the Church, Apostle Eric Nyamekye, and the Executive Council highlighted the importance of such initiatives in supporting healthcare infrastructure and benefiting those in need.
The generosity of the Church in Belgium is an inspiring example of how religious organisations can positively impact communities through social initiatives and support in critical areas such as healthcare.
Elders Frank Nsiah Adutwum and Alexander Kwame Frimpong, who represented the PENTSOS Director, Elder Richard Amaning, pledged to distribute and use the beds judiciously and ensure responsible handling of the donated items.
Present at the short presentation ceremony were Apostle Mike Etrue (Executive Council Member) and Apostle Dr Edward Arko Koranteng (Director of Pentecost Hospital, Madina), among others.