Sirdiagnose Charity Org Of UK Hits Ghana For Donations


By  Patrick Biddah

A United Kingdom (UK) based charity organization, SirDiagnose International Organization  is expected to hit town this month ending for a series of  donations.

The donations, which has targeted deprived communities and underprivileged schools, also focuses  on foster and children homes in the country .

The upcoming donations, is part of the annual donation by the charity organization, which has expressed its desire to make the donations on quarterly basis.

This year , four deprived schools have been selected as beneficiaries of the Charity organization’s donations. A set of computer and it’s accessories,  will be donated at a ceremony for that purpose.

Aside from the  upcoming computer donations to the schools, SirDiagnose International Organization is expected to make donations to some orphanages too at separate ceremonies.

Speaking in an interview with The Herald to shed more lights on the planned activities for the year, the Founder and President of SirDiagnose Interntional Organization ,Mr George Ntiamoah, said two Junior High Schools in the Eastern region and two other Junior High Schools in the Ashanti region, are billed to benefit from the donations.

“In each of the schools, a set of  computers and educational materials such as books and calculators would be donated”, he stressed.

Mr Ntiamoah, who is a Ghanaian based in the United Kingdom, also recounted how it was tough for him growing  up and therefore finds these donations as moral obligation to give a helping hand to reduce the suffering of the poor .

“Growing up from a tiny village in the East where food sometimes was tough. I always remember that little boy and how hard he wanted to change his stars”, he recalled.

Touching on the other aspect of the donations which will be to  orphanages, Mr Ntiamoah, indicated that food items, toiletries and beverages will be donated to these homes located at Nungua, a suburb of Accra.

He explained  to this newspaper  the motivation and the reason for choosing orphanages that are located in Nungua.

“Nungua was where I grew up, and to be in a position to be able to give back, I believe it’s only right charity begins at home”, he said.

The Founder and President of the Charity organization and his friends are expected in the country this week .













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