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Dr. Koku Awoonor, Director, Policy Planning Monitoring and Evaluation division-Ghana Health Service

Ghana is capable of handling Non-Communicable Diseases

The Director of Policy Planning Monitoring and Evaluation Division (PPMED) of the Ghana Health Service, Dr. Koku Awoonor has stated that Ghana’s poor...
good cook

Poor eating habits now the major cause of diseases

Professor Felix Ankomah Asante, Director, Institute of Statistical, Social and Economic Research on Friday identified poor eating habits as one of the major causes...
Dirty Water

Residents of Pwalugu are Exposed to Water Borne Diseases

The fate of residents of Pwalugu is endangered as they are exposed to water borne diseases for lack of access to good sources of...
Komfo Anokye Teaching Hospital Kath

KATH Works At Improving Pregnancy-Related Diseases

The management of the Komfo Anokye Teaching Hospital (KATH) has announced plans to partner the Ghana Health Service (GHS) and other key stakeholders, to...
Mustapha Zakaria

Gushegu: More Than 10,000 Animals Get Vaccinated Against Many Diseases

The Gushegu Municipal Directorate of the Ministry of Food and Agriculture has vaccinated over 1,500 animals against various diseases in the District. The Ministry vaccinated...
Sanitation City

Diseases on Sale

Sanitation over the years, has become a serious challenge in most developing countries and Ghana, our homeland country has not been an exception. In...
Ghana Health Service

GHS put in-place measures to tackle tropical diseases

The fight to control and eradicate skin-related neglected tropical diseases has been given added momentum by the acquisition of a fleet of vehicles and...
water

Diseases can be avoided if water is handled properly

Mr Alexander A. Kissi, a Nutrition specialist has urged community members to ensure proper handling of domestic water in order to avoid contamination and...
Mrs Samira Bawumia

Africa advised to use innovative methods to fight diseases’

Mrs Samira Bawumia, Wife of the Vice President, says in the face of declining resources for development agencies, civil society organisations and regional communities...
HIV-and-AIDS

Global Funds allocates more funds to Ghana

The Global Fund (GF) has allotted to Ghana $200 million to fight HIV and AIDS, Tuberculosis (TB) and Malaria from this year, 2018 to...
Breast Cancer

Women advised to examine breast regularly

A paediatric nurse at the Apinto Government Hospital in the Tarkwa Nsueam Constituency, Madam Gladys Mawuse Fummey, has advised women to adopt the habit...
Noguchi Memorial Institute

Ghanaians Urged To Adopt Scientific Measures

Professor Kwadwo Koram, the Former Director of Noguchi Memorial Institute for Medical Research, Legon, said Ghanaians must examine their beliefs in the context of...

Flexibility In Social Accountability Mechanisms Affecting Development

Former President, Jerry John Rawlings, has called for the strengthening of social accountability structures both nationally and internationally, in order to achieve desired developmental...
Poverty

Limited Resources Affecting Impact Access To Care

Mr Markus Gemuend, the Head of Sub-Saharan Africa, Roche, has said that the lack of financial burden data was a major obstacle to developing...
Alhaji Collins Dauda, Local Government and Rural Development Minister, the Central Regional Minister, Thomas Aquinas Quansah and Municipal Chief Executive, Mr I. K. Sam in action and Nana Kodwo Condua VI cleaning along the sea.

LaNMMA Tidy Up Municipality

The La-Nkwantanang-Madina Municipal Assembly (LaNMMA) has organized a massive clean-up exercise - to keep the municipality tidy. On hand to participate in the five-hour exercise...
health

Angola to join Serbia, U.S. in medical-military exercise

Angola will in December host a joint medical-military exercise with Serbia and the United States to strengthen response towards contagious diseases like Ebola. Speaking in...

Kingdom of Saudi Arabia Assist Communities With Borehole

Two farming communities in the Bosomtwe District – Aduaben and Asipin, have been provided with boreholes, ending their decades of struggle with potable water. These...
forecast

Tanzania’s weather agency issues alert over floods, outbreak of diseases

The Tanzania Meteorological Agency (TMA) on Tuesday issued an alert over oncoming seasonal rains expected to begin in November, saying they might lead to...
Shire is known primarily as a maker of drugs to treat rare diseases ?

Health Institutions Asked to Step Up Awareness on Communicable Diseases

Ghanaian healthcare providers have been asked to scale up public education on non-communicable diseases, which keep surging and fast becoming a huge challenge to...
GIZ

GIZ trains agricultural staff on pests and diseases control

The German International Co-operation (GIZ) has kicked started its first series of training aimed at building the capacities of regional and district staff of...
medicines

Traditional and Ancient medicines can cure All Diseases including HIV

Posted By: kingdemic March 13, 2017 By Alhaji Alhasan Abdulai There has been claims that traditional medicines are capable of curing all diseases. This...
healthcare

Critical Care Specialist Ask Gov’t To Prioritize Child Health

Dr. John Adabie Appiah, Critical Care Specialist at the Pediatric Unit of the Komfo Anokye Teaching Hospital (KATH), the nation’s second largest referral facility,...

Pediatric Society Examines Children For Free

Over 700 children in the Kumasi Metropolis have benefitted from free health screening exercise by pediatricians at the Komfo Anokye Teaching Hospital (KATH). This was...
water

Residents Of Awutu Bontrase Calls On George Andah To Fulfill Promise

The chiefs and people of Awutu Bontrase has appealed to the Government to provide them with potable water to save them from water-borne diseases. They...
vaccination

Health Officer Appeals To Ghanaians To Vaccinate Children

The Ashanti Regional Disease Control Officer, Mr. Afriyie Asubonteng, has appealed for scaling up of the effort towards ensuring that every Ghanaian child is...
alcohol

VALD Ask Gov’t To Regulate Alcohol Use In Ghana

Vision for Alternative Development (VALD), in partnership with IOGT International, has held a day’s civil society workshop in Accra on Alcohol Prevention and Control...
Vivo Energy on Wednesday held its annual Safety Day to focus on safety at work.?

HESAG Emphazise On Decent Work And Economic Growth

Health and Safety Ghana (HESAG), Ghana’s premiere health and safety policy institute, would be holding a stakeholders’ seminar to herald this year’s World Day...

Great strides made in the against tropical diseases

There has been a record-breaking achievement in distributing tablets to fight neglected tropical diseases, the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation says. The effort has ramped...

Ghana Prepares to celebrate WHOs NTDs Progress

Ghana would on Monday, April 17, join the rest of the world to mark the World Health Organization’s (WHO) second Global Partners Meeting on...
Livestock

FAO supports Tanzania’s endeavors to curb livestock diseases

The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) has dished out equipment and consumables to Tanzania in order to prevent and control...