FlyZipline Ghana Limited has disclosed that by the end of the year 2021 they will introduce House to House health care delivery services.
According to Kusi Amoateng, Zipline’s Country Community Lead, they’re performing well as a group and plan to expand their region in terms of drone delivery services across communities.
He said they’ve served several centers and look forward to serving more in the areas of Mampong, Walewale, Sehwi Wiawso, and other areas while paying a courtesy call to Asantehene, Otumfuo Osei Tutu II, at the Manhyia Palace.
With emergency services, their technology has aided them in the delivery of blood and other medicinal supplies.
He further said, contrary to the fact that technology use cuts down employments, they have employed about 200 workers amongst which “we can talk of pharmacists, engineers, nurses, drivers, support staff and all that you can think of.”
Mr. Amoateng took the opportunity to thank Otumfuo for the provision of land that has facilitated Zipline’s expansion.
His Royal Majesty said he was impressed with the step they as youth are taking in contributing to health care services and blessed them for greater heights.
“Your drone delivery service is here to do away with the issue of expired medical supplies in the health centers and at the same time promote national development.
He urged them not to cease impacting the country with their youthful knowledge and skills.
Source: Opemsuo.com/Monica M. Appiah-Manu