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Oti Region: Nurse Delivers Baby on Roadside

Nurse Delivers Baby on roadside in Oti region

Photos of a nurse who delivered a baby on the roadside in Dambai in the Oti region have started trending following the bravely and sympathetic act. A few days ago DDHS Rita Wurapa and Public Health Nurse Rose Ayivor were on a monitoring trip to Dambai and Nkwanta. At Dambai, her team

KWABENYA TO EMBARK ON A MASSIVE CLEAN-UP EXERCISE

In preparation for the 2019 Homowo festival, the people of Kwabenya are to embark on a massive clean-up exercise to cleanse the environment of dirt. They are to be led by Nii Mensah Dza-Nyomo, the paramount chief of Kwabenya and Musuku Township. He said that filthy environment is the cause of

70-90% OF DRUG USERS DO NOT HAVE PROBLEM-DR. CARL HART

Columbia University professor Dr. Carl Hart says a majority of drug users don't have drug problems. He is advocating for government to change their approach on drugs. Also Dr. Hart has an out most expert knowledge in drugs. To him authorities must stop exaggerating the harmful effects of drugs and teach

Ghana About 19,100 people infected with HIV in 2018

Ghana About 19,100 people infected with HIV in 2018

About nineteen thousand nine hundred (19,100) people were infected with HIV last year. Of this number, three thousand, three hundred (3,300), were children under 14 years. About 260 thousand HIV/AIDS orphans are reported to be in Ghana. This was made by the Acting Director-General of the Ghana AIDS Commission, Kyeremeh Atuahene as he

Only the best nurses would be exported – Health Ministry

The Ministry of Health (MoH) has said that the government would do due diligence in the posting of nurses to work abroad if the agreement with partner countries is officially cemented. "We would ensure that only the best and most experienced of Ghanaian nurses are sent outside as expatriates for healthcare

GOOD SANITATION: A COLLECTIVE DUTY

GOOD SANITATION: A COLLECTIVE DUTY In response to the 2014 Ghanaian cholera outbreak, the National Sanitation Day was first declared on the November 1, by the government of Ghana. The World Health Organization (WHO) defines sanitation as the provision of facilities and services for the safe disposal of human urine and faeces.

TRY TO GROW WHAT YOU EAT.

Most at times it is best safe to grow what we eat. This is because we do not know if what we take into our body is safe for consumption. Growing what we eat will keep us assured about its source. Cholera outbreaks are now cyclical in Ghana. It occurs every

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