Before you proceed with this article kindly follow me by clicking on the follow option The Sawla District Health Directorate of the Ghana Health Service (GHS) will on Tuesday,18th November 2021, begin an exercise to distribute Long Lasting Insecticide Treated Nets (LLITN) to various households registered, as a strategy to reduce malaria in the District.
Ghana will begin the second period of the COVID-19 inoculation practice on Wednesday, May 19, President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo, has said. Conveying his 25th broadcast address to the country on measures his administration has set up to battle against the novel Coronavirus, the President demonstrated that, the inoculation exercise will occur in 43 locale.
As Ghana continue to intensify public education on coronavirus vaccine and vaccination campaign, members of the association of persons with hearing and speech impairment have said that, they have been marginalized in almost all aspects of the fight against covid-19.According to some members of the association, the struggle for its members to have access to verified and authentic information on the vaccine and vaccination exercise make them shy away from being vaccinated.
We are still in the corona virus era and we encourage everyone to adhere to the laid down principles or safety protocols to help combat and keep the virus at bay.When Ghana recorded it first case in March last year, schools, churches, mosques, pubs, funeral, football arena were all restricted due to the rise in the virus but glory be to God that, as at today, Ghana's Covid-19 active cases has decreased drastically and it is mind blowing.
The President, Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo Addo is set to address the entire nation on the measures adopted to curb the spread of the Coronavirus Pandemic in Ghana.In fliers that have since been circulated, the presentation will be the twenty-fifth address to be delivered by the President since the outbreak of the coronavirus in the country.
Thank you for clicking on this article.Ghana is about to start the phase two of Covid-19 inoculation of Ghanaians.The Health advisor of the Ghana Health Service has come out to informed the general public that, the second phase is about to start.He stated this on Accra-Base Asaase radio.
President Nana Akufo-Addo will address the nation at 8:00 pm this Sunday on measures his administration has put in place regarding the management of the coronavirus pandemic in the country.The address will be the 25th time President Akufo-Addo has addressed the nation on COVID-19 since Ghana recorded its first case in March 2020.
Ghana is still battling to eliminate one of the most deadliest virus to ever hit the world wide; which I guess you know already; this corona virus or Covid-19.Whiles the government is doing everything possible to help free Ghana from the virus, the active cases in the country also keeps rising up or increasing each and everyday which makes the government feels like, the work it's doing is in vain.
The President of the Republic of Ghana, His Excellency Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo today, 16th May 2021 gave his 25th address to the nation on the measure his government is putting to stop the spread of the deadly COVID-19 which has killed hundreds of Ghanaians since March 2020.
Ghana Health Service has revealed that 40,178,862 condoms were bought in the last year, 2020 making it roughly 8 million more than 2019’s 32 million.Despite the overwhelming figure of purchase of condoms, teenage pregnancy in the country keeps piloting.The question that netizens can’t get answers to is that, does it mean the 40 million condoms is not enough.
Welcome to my page.Please follow me for more updates.The Ghana Health Service (GHS) has refuted reports that the 'Sewum' Health Center in the 'Aowin' District of the Western North Region is seeing an increase in the number of babies born with deformities.
Teenage pregnancy seems to be increasing by the day and the problem is still active in the various regions in the country However the Ghana Health Serives has come out to give an exact break down of girls the number of girls who got pregnant in 2020.The news disseminated by UTV Ghana claimed that a total number of 109,888 girls got pregnant last year.The report also said that in every hour 13 girls got pregnant and 301 got pregnant daily as well Among the ages of these girls were 10 year olds, 15 year olds and 19 year olds.The report further stated that the Ashanti Region recorded the highest cases of teenage pregnancy with over 17,000 cases.Eastern Region and Nothern Region followed concurrently.
Ghana Health Service (GHS) has announced the deployment of biometric devices in gathering the data of persons who take the jabs to ensure equity in the distribution of the vaccines across the country.GHS has engaged the services of a biometric deployment company from the United Kingdom(UK) by the name of Simtrix to deploy the biometric machines for the gathering of the data of persons who take the second jab and persons who are to take the jabs for the first time.
The Ghana health service is celebrating child health and promoting child health service.This year's edition of the exercise comes with the theme " sustaining child health service in the midst of Covid-19.However, Madam Yvonne Turkson who is a Senior community health nurse at lemusson Community hospital in the Gomoa East of the Central Region said this exercise is organised annually to promote the health of children and educate the nursing mother's on how to breastfeed their babies and the kind of foods to be given to their children every month.
The acquisition of contraceptives in Ghana to be specific condoms has expanded by 8 million from 2019 to 2020, as indicated by the Ghana Health Service.The amazing expansion in the acquisition of condoms has been fixed at 40,178,862 million for the year 2020 as from a past 32 million purchases made in 2019.
The Executive Director of the Henry Djaba Memorial Foundation, Dr. Otiko Afisah Djaba has expressed grave concern about the high prevalence of teenage pregnancy, as Ghana recorded about 110,000 incidence in 2020 alone.According to some statistics she posted on her Facebook timeline, as many as 107,023 girls between 15 and 19 years of age got pregnant in 2020 alone.
A research conducted by the University of Southampton in Ghana has revealed that, 43.4 % of Ghanaians believes that, the COVID-19 Vaccine Jabs are dangerous.The research further revealed that, 82 % of the Ghanaians are willing to take the vaccine.This research was conducted in March to ascertain the perception of Ghanaians about the Covid-19 Vaccination.
Teenage pregnancy is still a major problem in Ghana, according to data from the annual Ghana Health Service (GHS) statistics.According to the numbers, nearly 301 girls will be impregnated every day in Ghana in 2020, with 13 teenage pregnancies registered every hour.According to the Ghana Health Service, there were 109888 teen pregnancies in Ghana, with the youngest girls being ten years old.
Ghana is seeing a continuous increase in the purchase of contraceptives ( condom in particular) over the years.From 2019 to 2020, the purchase of condoms increased by eight (8) million according to the Ghana Health Service.In 2019, Ghana recorded 32 million purchase of condoms and in 2020 it rose to 40million purchase.
The Presidential Advisor on Health has warned that it is not advisable to mix the vaccines for the fight against the spread of the deadly Coronavirus disease.According to Dr Nsiah-Asare, the vaccine namely AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine And the Russian Sputnik V vaccine cannot be mixed during vaccination.