SRC donates essential hygiene supplies to UPSA management

The Students Representative Council (SRC) of the University of Professional Studies, Accra (UPSA) has donated essential sanitary supplies to the University aimed at enhancing hygiene conditions on campus.

The items comprise 130 toilet paper dispensers and 164 pieces of tissue paper.

SRC President Amoah Sarfo Kwarteng, who presented the items, said the donation underscores the SRC’s commitment to fostering a clean and sanitized environment conducive to learning and well-being.

He noted that adequate access to essential hygiene supplies is important for maintaining a healthy campus environment, particularly in communal spaces such as restrooms.

“The provision of toilet roll holders and rolls not only addresses immediate needs but also serves as a testament to the [SRC’s] commitment to student welfare,” Mr Kwarteng said.

SRC President, Amoah Sarfo Kwarteng, presenting the items to the University management. 


“By ensuring the availability of these basic amenities, the SRC contributes to a more comfortable and hygienic campus environment, thereby enhancing the overall quality of student life.”

Deputy Director of Administration, Madam Vera Akumiah, who received the items on behalf of the university, expressed gratitude to the student body.

She emphasised the critical role such contributions play in promoting good hygiene practices among students and staff alike.

Mrs Akumiah further commended the SRC for their proactive approach to addressing essential needs within the university community.

The Dean of Students, Dr. Mrs. Philomena Dadzie commended the philanthropic gesture by the SRC.

“It exemplifies the spirit of community and cooperation within the UPSA community, setting a positive example for other student organisations across the campus,” Prof. Dadzie said.

Director of the UPSA Business Development Centre, Mr Robert Gyeke-Darko, encouraged continued collaboration in endeavours aimed at improving campus life for all.

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