ATC Ghana has through its philanthropic initiatives, responded to the ongoing COVID-19 Relief efforts by donating to hospitals and other institutions involved in the fight against the pandemic in Ghana.
The company donated medical supplies and personal hygiene products to the Greater Accra Regional Hospital. The items included 600 N95 face masks, 150 PPE, 60 face shields and 60 sanitizers, 70 gloves, 60 disposable bedsheets, and medical-grade cleaning detergents.
The Tamale Teaching Hospital also received 100 N95 face masks, 30 PPE, 60 face shields and 60 sanitizers, 70 gloves, and 60 disposable bedsheets.
ATC Ghana also donated 300 N95 face masks, 70 PPE, 10 face shields and 10 sanitizers, 20 gloves, 10 disposable bed sheets, and medical-grade cleaning detergents to the Komfo Anokye Teaching Hospital.
The company through similar efforts provided 600 N95 face masks, 200 PPE, 100 face shields and 100 sanitizers, 120 gloves, 100 disposable bed sheets, and medical-grade cleaning detergents to the Ga East Municipal Hospital.
To support COVID-19 education and public awareness across Ghana, ATC donated 150 sanitizers, 500 local face masks, 10 Veronica buckets, 100 hand tissues, and 100 gallons of liquid hand-washing soap to the National Commission for Civic Education.
In addition to the above donations, American Tower Foundation also donated USD$100,000.00 to the Noguchi Memorial Institute for Medical Research to enable testing, research, and training of front-liners in the war against COVID-19.
As the pandemic continues and its social and economic effects are felt with greater intensity, ATC Ghana remains committed to working with all stakeholders to help navigate through this crisis.
ATC Ghana is the largest independent owner and operator of shared wireless infrastructure in Ghana. They provide towers, in-building systems, power solutions, and services that speed network deployment for the wireless and broadcast communications industry.