UMS supports the Guinean health system through a new donation to the Ignace Deen National Hospital
United Mining Supply (UMS), a transport and integrated logistics company, confirms its commitment to the development of Guinea by granting a donation of 33 million Guinean francs to the Ignace Deen National Hospital.
The development of communities in Guinea is a priority for UMS which, after numerous actions in favor of education, and in particular the renovation of ten primary schools in the urban commune of Boké, is now working on improvement of the sanitary conditions of the population.
In this context, UMS has today handed over an amount of 33 million Guinean francs to the Ignace Deen National Hospital for the partitioning of the hospital rooms of the anesthesia and intensive care unit, which will consist of isolating each boxed bed by transparent glazed aluminum.
As a reminder, the company had already contributed to improving the sanitary conditions of the public hospital with a previous donation of 6 air conditioners offered voluntarily for the comfort of the medical profession and hospitalized people.
“We wanted to thank UMS for their great generosity. The money from your donation will allow us to finance the partitioning of our hospital room which will allow the adaptation of the room to the reception of our patients and we are very grateful to you.
We will be sure to keep you informed of what your donation has enabled us to achieve.
Thank you very much for your support” thanks Doctor AT of the National Ignace Deen Hospital.
“It is an honor for us to support Ignace Deen Hospital in improving the working conditions of healthcare professionals and caregivers. UMS is committed to enabling the development of the living conditions of Guineans and the country. We hope that this donation will have a positive impact and will continue to mobilize for Guinea,” adds Fadi Wazni, PCA of UMS.