- A benevolent young man, Debrah Bekoe Isaac, who leads the As I Grow foundation, has made a heartwarming donation
- This was after a group of newborn mothers could not get discharged because they were unable to pay their ICU fees
- Debrah stepped in to help the four mothers, who were relieved that the financial burden was lifted off their shoulders
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Debrah Bekoe Isaac, a young man who leads his non-governmental organisation (NGO), As I Grow, has paid the fees of four different mothers whose babies were put in intensive-care units but could not pay the fees.
Speaking to YEN.com.gh, Isaac revealed that the women in question were at the Tetteh Quashie Memorial Hospital at Mampong Akuapem in the Eastern Region.
"As part of role is helping in the health sector, my organisation through the support of Ms. Leonora Adoyobo has to the aid of some parents at the Intensive Care Unit," he told YEN.com.gh.
Madam Shiela, a nursing officer in charge, told Isaac that the unit lacks many facilities, and they find it difficult when they get a lot of children who need treatment at the intensive care unit.
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She took the opportunity to call on other philanthropic organisations, individuals, government officials and benevolent people to come to their aid since their centre lacks a lot of medical equipment.
The As I Grow NGO is a nonprofit organisation based in Larteh Akuapem. Its priority areas of interventions are centred on uplifting the living standards of the people in our deprived communities and finding lasting solutions to their plights.
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The young man should work hard to learn to pursue his aspirations, the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the Metalex Group of Companies remarked, adding that he does not expect anything in return for the noble deed.
The prodigy's struggling mother made the generous offer after learning that her kid had been accepted to Pentecost University.
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