Royalhouse Chapel International settles hospital bills of 50 mothers

The Royalhouse Chapel Intercontinental, by means of its women’s ministry, ‘Royal Ladies’ has organised a nationwide initiative to discharge in excess of 50 moms who have been not able to spend for their healthcare facility costs soon after delivery.

A overall volume of GHC 51,997.00 was used on discharging the moms and in all almost GHC 100,000 was expended on the initiative dubbed the “Baby Project”.

As component of the job, the nearby assemblies of the Church across the state frequented wellbeing services within their localities and paid out the clinic charges of mothers in need.

The groups’ also donated assorted merchandise to the mothers like cloth, diapers, toiletries, toddler outfits, toddler food stuff, and provisions.

The initiative which coincided with the annual Mother’s Working day celebration, formed element of activities lined up for the 60th Birthday celebration of the President of the Royal Ladies Ministries International, Rev. Mrs. Rita Korankye-Ankrah.

The 60th birthday celebration, on the concept, “A Mom, Her Calling, Her Example” has currently viewed the lady of God visiting her alma mater, Zion School at Anloga in the Volta Area in which she gave her everyday living to Christ, to give back again to the college.

In the Larger Accra Location, the groups visited the Korle Bu Training Clinic, the place 15 moms were being discharged, Tema Basic Hospital the place 6 mothers had been discharged and the LEKMA Clinic where by 8 mothers have been discharged.

Other wellbeing services visited had been the Suntreso Government Healthcare facility in Kumasi the place the crew paid out the expenditures for 7 infants in significant situations who were being on oxygen. At the Peki Federal government Clinic in the Volta Location, 7 moms ended up discharged. The team also compensated for blood for one more mother who was in a important situation as perfectly as donated two healthcare products that will be applied at the maternity ward to the medical center. At the Suhum Common Hospital in the Japanese Region, 6 moms were being discharged. The group also paid out the expenditures of a toddler who experienced suffered significant burns and was on admission at the healthcare facility.

The vice president of the Royal Women Ministries Global, Rev. Dr. Mrs. Anastasia Yirenkyi, who led the crew to the Korle Bu Teaching clinic mentioned the payment of the payments for the moms was in line with the humanitarian things to do of Church.

“Our main areas of intervention were being in having to pay discharge expenses for mothers and furnishing treatment and assist things to the newborns,” she said.

Rev Dr. Yirenkyi added that the youth choir of the church, Voices In Worship (VIW) with the aid of leadership has been performing this for the previous 10 yrs in commemoration of the birthday of the girl of God.

She also referred to as on other benevolent organisations to emulate the gesture as there are a lot of needy men and women at the hospitals frequented.

Other federal government hospitals in Cape Coastline, Sunyani and Takoradi also benefited from the initiative.

The mothers’ who had been fired up when they were being discharged, thanked the church for the gesture.