The Executive Secretary of the Lands Commission, Surv. Benjamin Arthur has commissioned a brand-new baby care centre exclusively for the staff of the Lands Commission.

In a brief and colorful event held on Friday, May 31, 2024, the ES stated that the state-of-the-art facility is designed to provide a safe, nurturing environment for the children of employees, offering peace of mind and support for working parents.

The Greater Accra Regional Chairperson, Surv. Yvonne Sowah expressed her profound gratitude to the management of the Commission for this great initiative, which she believes will positively impact the lives of the staff. She called on staff to maintain the centre with the greatest level of care.

The baby care centre, located at the Greater Accra Regional Office, is equipped with modern amenities and staffed by experienced caregivers. It can accommodate up to ten babies, ranging from infants to toddlers.

“We recognize the importance of family and the challenges of balancing work and parenthood. By providing this valuable resource, we aim to support our employees’ well-being, increase productivity, and foster a more family-friendly work environment,” reiterated by the Deputy Executive Secretary in charge of Corporate Services, Surv. Jones Ofori-Boadu.

The centre’s services include childcare, feeding, and developmental activities, all tailored to meet the unique needs of each child.

The Head of the Gender Unit, Madam Margaret Lamptey, lauded Management for their commitment and unwavering support over the years and indicated that the initiative would be replicated in other regions in the future to further solidify LC’s position as a gender-sensitive organization.

The opening of the baby care centre is part of LC’s ongoing commitment to employee well-being and diversity, equity, and inclusion initiatives.




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