American Towers Corporation (ATC), as part of efforts to contribute to the success of this year’s Girls-In-ICT programme has donated sanitary items to the Ministry of Communication and Digitalisation.
The items include sanitary pads, 3000 soaps, 1000 deodorants and 3000 packaging bags.
The Deputy Minister for Communications and Digitalisation, Ms Ama Pomaa-Boateng who received the donation noted that the items were aimed at enhancing personal hygiene for girls to groom themselves well.
Ms Pomaa-Boateng extended the Minister’s profound gratitude to ATC Ghana for their continuous support towards the Girls-In-ICT Programme.
“The Girls-In-ICT programme is not only about Technical skills, but menstrual health management as well,” she added.
The Human Resources Business Partner at ATC Ghana, Ms Dorothy Wiafe Akenteng assured the Ministry of their commitment in providing support to the programme.
“ICT was the order of the day and as more women were underprivileged, they will contribute in any capacity to advance women empowerment in ICT,” she noted.
American Towers Corporation is the headline sponsor of the special session on personal hygiene grooming which is organised under the leadership of the sector Minister, Mrs Ursula Owusu-Ekuful. Richard Aniagyei, ISD