The Holy Ghost Temple of the International Central Gospel Church, Adenta, has presented two incubators valued at GH¢33,000.00 to the Kintampo Municipal Hospital in the Brong-Ahafo Region.
The facility, which had just a single incubator, recorded 11 neonatal deaths, last year.
The church had previously donated 25 hospital beds and other medical devices to the neonatal intensive care unit of the hospital.
Prophet Christopher Yaw Annor, a Senior Pastor of the Church, said the gesture was to help save lives.
He applauded the hospital staff for their selfless and dedicated service in spite of the challenges.
He asked them to see their profession as a divine call to serve humanity.
Dr Gavin Apio, the Medical Superintendent, thanked the church for the donation and appealed for increased support to save pre-term babies.
The hospital, he said, needed more medical equipment and appealed to philanthropists, and non-governmental organisations to come to its aid.
Mr Michael Sarkodie Baffoe, the Municipal Chief Executive, praised the church for the intervention and said it was a good example to other religious groups.
The government, he said recognized the contribution of the church to national development and that he was confident that churches and religious organisations would continue to remain key partners in development.