Setor who represents the Volta Region in the GMB 2021 during the question and answer session gave a very brilliant answer, after she had a question soliciting her view on the Agenda 111 project which was launched recently by the President.
The question was asked to seek her opinion on whether the government should go ahead with the agenda 111 which is said to provide 111 district and regional hospitals in the country, or focus on investing in the already existing hospitals and the abandoned ones to make it up to standard for an even quality healthcare.
Setor without a waste of time shared her opinion on the fact that the agenda 111 at the long run is a very good project, but for now the government should rather focus on improving the already existing health facilities. According to her she learnt there are over 50 regional and district hospitals abandoned, the government can complete that with better equipment and employ workers there to serve Ghanaians and in a way serve as employment to the unemployed nurses and other health practitioners.
She added that the CHIPS Compounds, health centres and clinics in the rural areas can be raised a bit in terms of facilities and practitioners, in short raise the standard to be able to offer quality healthcare at that level too. So that assessing quality healthcare at the rural areas wouldn't be an issue. To her, agenda 111 at the long run will help a lot but she thinks other projects should be looked at first.
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