The chiefs and people of Naahaa in the Wa East District of the Upper West Region have called for help of any kind to enable them complete an accommodation project they started years ago for their health personnel.
They said even though the health centre faces so many challenges such as lack of water, they also do not have an accommodation for their health workers. According to them, the health centre serves nineteen communities and has eleven health personnel, but they have no place of abode.
They therefore call on anybody or organisation that can assist them complete the stalled project because they have reached their wit ends. They said accommodating the health workers is so much of a priority to them.
Naahaa is sited in Wa East District of Upper West Region with Mr. Moses Jotie as D.C.E and Dr. Godfred Seidu Jasaw as Member of Parliament, it was carved of of the then Wa District by former president Kuffuor in 2004.
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