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Bongo-Soe gets 25-bed medical clinic by GNA

Individuals of Bongo-Soe, a suburb of the Bongo District of the Upper East Region, have gotten a 25-bed emergency clinic to advance medical services conveyance.

The office, esteemed at GHC10 million, was developed by the Savannah Cultural Foundation, a neighborhood Non-Governmental Organization.

It has an Outpatient Department (OPD), four counseling rooms, drug store, infusion room, Information and Communication Technology (ICT), general organization unit, a specialist's resting room, three wards, and two washrooms.

Mr Emmanuel Ayire Adongo, the Chief Executive Officer of the NGO, in a meeting with the Ghana News Agency after the giving over, said the office was to work with admittance to quality medical services locally and then some.

He said maternal and neonatal mortality kept on being a test in the nation and the Upper East Region was not a special case.

He communicated the expectation that the office would add to tending to the test.

"We have circumstances where a mother trying to conceive an offspring lose her life and this required the development of the clinic as a commitment to tending to these financial advancement files," Mr Adongo said.

He said the Foundation was working in a joint effort with wellbeing specialists and accomplices locally and in the diaspora, like the United States of America, Germany and Ukraine, to assist with forming the clinic into a particular office in the future containing research focus, showing medical clinic, and nursing and maternity care preparing school.

Dr Kofi Asare-Ansah, the Medical Director of the clinic, said the office was a blessing from heaven following quite a while of difficult work, assurance, constancy, and concentration.

It will assist with giving medical care to individuals and add to accomplishing the economical improvement objectives, particularly Goal Three, which puts accentuation on achieving quality medical care for all by 2030.

Dr Albert Kitcher, a board individual from the emergency clinic, communicated bliss at the office, of which partners excited different encounters from all features of the wellbeing area to guarantee the wellbeing needs of individuals were met.

The Ghana news Agency (GNA) was set up on March 5, 1957, for example just before Ghana's autonomy and accused of the "dispersal of honest fair-minded news". It was the primary news organization to be set up in Sub-Saharan Africa. GNA was important for an extensive correspondence strategy that looked to tackle the data arm of the state to construct a suitable, joined together and strong country state. GNA has consequently been working in the one of a kind job of preparing the residents for country building, monetary and social turn of events, public solidarity and incorporation.

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