As part of the NDC government?s 2012 manifesto to double the number of Community-based Health Planning and Services (CHPS) compounds from about 1,600 to 3200 to meet the needs of under-served communities a sod has been cut for the construction of a Community-Based Health Planning and Services (CHIPS) compound at Abrem Essiaman in the KEEA.

The GH? 80,000 project is expected to be completed by the close of the year.

The facility would help the people to get access to first aid before they were referred to healthcare centers.

The Chief of Abrem Essiaman, Nana Wiredu III expressed joy over the initiative and thanked government for considering the healthcare needs of the people of Abrem Essiaman, adding that they would do their part to ensure that the project was completed.

Source: Andrew Nettey


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