Health News Chamber of Bullion Traders …Supports 37 Hospital In COVID19 Fight By admin Posted on April 21, 2020 5 min read 0 0 58 Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Share on Reddit Share on Pinterest Share on Linkedin Share on Tumblr The Chamber of Bullion Traders Ghana(CBTG) over the weekend made some donation of Personal Protection Equipment’s(PPE) and several cartons of mineral water to the 37 Military Hospital as part of their contribution to the ongoing COVID 19 fight. The items included fifty (50) boxes of medical examination gloves, twenty (20) boxes of hand sanitizers and five hundred (500) cartons of Awake purified mineral water.During the donation, the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the Chamber, Mr. Daniel Krapah said the gesture was to support the frontline workers in terms of protective gears in the fight against the deadly Corona virus pandemic. Mr. Krapah noted that although this is the first donation of the Chamber towards the fight against Covid19, they hope and believe that it will go a long way to augment the support the hospital has received so far in that regard..The CEO of the Chamber admonished saying; “the virus is now with us as people and therefore there is the need for all to put resources and energies together so that we can collectively fight it.”He also averred that the protocols and safety measures put out there by government and all stakeholders are helping in containing and preventing the virus and therefore all must endeavor to adhere to them to stop the spread.On his part, Chairman of the Chamber of Bullion Traders Ghana, Kwabena Asante-Asare also stated that he is of the firm believe that when other individuals and institutions also see the need to support the front-liners with their widow’s mite in terms of PPE donations it will go a long way to help and boost the morale of the health workers. In a separate interview with the Camp Commandant at the 37 Military Hospital, Lieutenant Kenneth Degboe, who received the items on behalf of the Hospital, he expressed gratitude to the Chamber of Bullion Traders Ghana for their kind gestureHowever, he indicated that no amount of donation is too small in times like these considering the nature of the deadly virus the nation is fighting against.Lt. Degboe also seized the opportunity to express the hope that the support they are receiving from corporate Ghana as well as individuals towards the fight against Covid19 will yield positive response at the end of the ‘war’. The CHAMBER OF BULLION TRADERS GHANA is a representative body of Government licensed gold dealers, suppliers of mining logistics and consumables, mining services and allied activities in Ghana. It serves as an advocacy, lobby and representative body for the buying and exporting of gold produced by licensed miners in the country. The Chamber currently holds a membership of over twenty licensed gold dealers and providers of related services who account for over 35% of gold exports of Ghana. The Chamber seeks to promote a sustainable gold industry in Ghana, promote partnership of members and lobby Government on gold trade policies and laws and discourage illegal trade. As an advocacy group the Chamber has a prime objective of promoting and protecting the interest of its members, take along members in its journey of creating better environment for gold dealership and allied activities in the country.