The National Service Scheme (NSS) Director for the Ashanti Region, Alex Opoku-Mensah has apologised to the public, the nursing fraternity and the Manhyia Hospital for his action against a nurse. It was reported that Alex Owusu Mensah, by-passed the hospital security with his political powers to assault, vilify, and threaten …Read More »
Ghanaians Are Urged To Stop Practicing Abortion To Prevent Mental Illness – Medical Doctor Hints.
Dr Samuel Amagashie who is a Spiritualist and CEO of Amagashie Herbal and Spiritual Clinic has caution Ghanaians to stop practicing abortion to prevent the mental illness in the country. According to a senior medical practitioner, Dr Samuel Amagashie , Most Ghanaians are living with mental illness (mental disorder) due …Read More »
Assembly Member initiates “free transport scheme” for pregnant women.
In the era of poor access to health and maternal care, some Assembly Members has introduced measures in their electoral areas to stem the tide. Such is the story of Hon. Ofori Farrid, Assembly Member for Oyoko who double as a presiding member for Sekyere Kumawu District of the Ashanti …Read More »
Recycle Up! Ghana Teams Up With Ejisu Municipal Assembly To Clean Up Ejisu.
Recycle Up! Ghana, a “Non -Governmental Organization in collaboration with Zoomlion undertook a massive clean-up exercise at the Ejisu. The exercise forms part of the organization’s ongoing Community Recycling Project’ with funding from the Coca-Cola Foundation being undertaken in the Ashanti Region to promote the recovery of plastic bottles. The …Read More »
COVID-19: 2,185,712 Persons Still Expected To Complete Their Vaccination In The Ashanti Region.
The Ashanti Regional Health Directorate with the help from JHPIEGO-USAID RISE has begun another round of COVID -19 vaccination exercise in all the Districts and Municipalities in the region. The five-days exercise which is starting on the 9th to 13th November 2022, would seek to vaccinate 203,480 people who have …Read More »
Global Handwashing Day: GHS With Funding Support From UNICEF Has Equipped 16 Basic Schools In The Ashanti Region.
Global Handwashing celebrations is a global advocacy day dedicated to increasing awareness about the importance of hand hygiene and triggering lasting change from the policy-level to community driven action. The Ashanti Regional Health Directorate on Tuesday, 8th November 2022, with a funding support from UNICEF Ghana has supported 16 selected …Read More »
Abronoma Foundation Organises Free Health Screening For Community Members
Abronoma Foundation, a non – profit organisation, on last week organised a two (2) days free health screening exercise for students and women at Goka and Suma – Ahankro communities, in the Bono region. The Chief Executive Officer (CEO), Abronoma Foundation,Linda Nyarko Yeboah, said her outfit collaborated with Ghana Aids …Read More »
World Stroke Day: Ghanaians Urged To Stop Excessive Intake Of Alcohol And Smoking.
World Stroke Day is observed and celebrated every October 29. This global awareness day is intended to underscore the serious nature and high rates of stroke, raise awareness on prevention and treatment as well as promote better care and support for survivors. According to research, high blood pressure is one …Read More »
Breast Cancer Awareness Day: Women Urged To Visit Hospital For Early Detection.
Contracta Ghana limited, a Brazilian company has sensitised its members and market women within Kumasi Metropolis on breast cancer. The workshop which was held at different places including Ashanti Regional Police Church, Buokrom, Racecourse and Kumasi Centre for National Culture on today, 28 October,2022 emphasised the need …Read More »
Oti Region: 17-year-old B.E.C.E Candidate Delivers; Returns To Exam Hall Within 12 Hours
A pregnant 17-year-old candidate in the ongoing Basic Education Certificate Examination (B.E.C.E) has delivered a bouncy baby girl. The pupil, reportedly went into labour, on Tuesday October 18, while writing the exam at Kechibi M/A R/C centre. She was rushed to the clinic in the Nkwanta South Municipality of the …Read More »