Rodney Strasser Foundation Donates Generator to PCMH Hospital in Freetown

In response to an urgent call from the Sick Pikin Project for a generator for the Princess Christian Maternity Hospital (PCMH) in Freetown, the CEO and founder of the Rodney Strasser Foundation, Rodney Strasser has donated a 100 KVA generator to the PCMH Hospital in Freetown, Sierra Leone.

This generous contribution aims to alleviate the challenges faced by the hospital and ensure that essential medical services can continue without interruption.

Rodney Strasser Foundation And The Sick Pikin Project Together With Staff From The PCMH

The personal connection to this cause is deeply rooted in the commitment to giving back to the community that has shaped the foundation.

Rodney Strasser, the founder, was born at the PCMH hospital, and several other collaborators also have personal ties to this institution.

This personal connection has fueled their goodwill and inspired them to take immediate action to support the hospital in this time of need.

The acquisition of this generator underscores the foundation’s commitment to supporting healthcare facilities in Sierra Leone and their dedication to making a positive impact in the community.

The Generator

They believe that this initiative will not only provide immediate relief but also contribute to the long-term improvement of healthcare infrastructure, ultimately benefiting the patients and medical staff at the PCMH hospital.

Dr. Jeredine George (Randall), a clinician at the hospital, expressed her gratitude for the donation, emphasizing the significant impact it will have on the hospital’s ability to save lives, particularly those of sick children.

She thanked the Rodney Strasser Foundation and the Sick Pikin Project for making their dream a reality.

Ishmeal Alfred Charles, Lead Campaigner for Sick Pikin Project, shared his appreciation for Rodney Strasser’s kind gesture and expressed his gratitude for the support provided to the Ola During hospital.

Left (Rodney Strasser) and Right (Ishmeal Alfred Charles, Sick Pikin Project)

He saw the social media post of Dr. Jeredine and decided to reach out to her to see how he can help to raise funds for the hospital to get a generator but Rodney surprised them and informed them that he has purchased a 100 KVA noise-controlled generator along with 325 liters of diesel as a start up.

In response, Rodney Strasser highlighted his personal connection to the Ola During hospital, where he was born, and expressed his foundation’s commitment to saving lives and promoting wellness in the community.

He also announced plans to extend support to schools and hospitals in the future.

As Rodney Strasser prepares to travel to Bangkok for a FIFA meeting where he will be crowned a football legend, he will be the first Sierra Leonean to receive this prestigious recognition.

He pledged to advocate for similar causes and expressed his appreciation for the work of the Sick Pikin Project.

The donation of the generator by the Rodney Strasser Foundation stands as a testament to the power of personal connections and the unwavering commitment to improving healthcare in Sierra Leone.

This act of generosity will undoubtedly leave a lasting impact on the PCMH hospital and the community it serves.

Dr. Amadu Sesay, the Chief Medical Superintendent for PCMH, expressed his gratitude for the kind gesture on behalf of the hospital management and extended thanks to the Rodney Strasser Foundation, Rodney Strasser himself, and the Sick Pikin Project for addressing the challenges faced by the hospital and providing essential support.

He emphasized the significance of the 100 KVA generator in meeting the hospital’s energy needs and expressed appreciation for the gesture, assuring further progress in the hospital and looking forward to future collaboration.

Author: Abu Bakarr Jalloh

Abu Bakarr Jalloh is a Sierra Leonean content writer, author, Neo Pan-African and founder of The African Dream, an online platform for inspiring, positive and compelling African stories. Contact: abubakarrjalloh@theafricandreamsl.com WhatsApp: +23276211583

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