Innovate Solution donates to Children in hospitals


By Hassan G. Koroma

Innovate Solution Consultancy Sierra Leone, on Tuesday December 20, reached out and donated to children that are currently admitted in three government hospitals in Freetown. 

The assorted items worth over NLe15, 000 including toiletries and electric fan were donated to children that are sick and currently admitted at the King Harman Maternity and Children Hospital, the Ola During Children’s Hospital and the Macauley Government Hospital respectively.

The items were donated to children in the Special Care Baby Units, children at the Paediatric Units and also those in the General Wards.

Speaking during the donation ceremony, manager of Innovate Solution Consultancy Sierra Leone, Emma Hilda Morsay, said their company is a consulting firm of civil, highway, airport, and irrigation engineers, architects, planners, sociologist and project management consultants. 

She said since they started their company in 2013, God has been blissful to them and as a way of appreciation they deemed it fit to give back to the needy part of the little they have been blessed with.

She said the donation was a continuation of something they have started long ago, noting that in the previous years; they have also donated to orphanage homes across Freetown.

She further noted that this year, they decided to reach out to children in the three hospitals, adding that they intended to continue with the donation every year.

Principal Nursing Officer at the King Harman Maternity and Children Hospital, Gifty  Florence Massaqui, said they were very happy for such hygiene protection donation, which according to her, was going to be very much helpful to those children in the hospital.

She however, called on other organizations to come out and help the needy   especially people that are in the hospitals.

Matron Francis Pearce, at the Ola During Children’s Hospital, thanked the organisation for choosing the hospital for such donation, noting that the donation will go a long way in helping children in the hospital.

Medical Superintendent at the Macaulay  Street Government Hospital, Dr. Matilda King said the donation was appreciated and that it was timely and thanked the organisation for remembering and donating to sick children in the hospitals.       

Humu Hawa Sillah, a mother of one of the sick children at the Special Care Baby Unit,King Harman Maternity and Children Hospital, said they were very grateful for the donation.


Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here