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Mr Robert Jackson, the US Ambassador to Ghana, has inspected some projects constructed by the Embassy in the Techiman Municipality of the Brong-Ahafo Region.

USAIDThe projects included a skilled laboratory facility for Techiman Holy Family Training and Midwifery school and a grain factory at Techiman.

Mr Jackson is currently on a three-day working visit to the Brong-Ahafo Region.

A statement issued by the Embassy and made available to the Ghana News Agency, said the US government was proud to partner with medical professionals in Ghana.

“Nurses and midwives play a critical role in halting preventable child and maternal deaths”, it said adding that the Embassy was committed to provide in-service training to nurses and midwives in the country.

The statement said the US government has supported over 140,000 maize, rice and soya bean farmers in the northern parts of the country.

“USAID‘s partnerships with the private sector stimulates investment in agribusiness and links farmers to markets” it said, adding USAID has ensured that over $115 million has been invested in Ghana’s agriculture sector”.

GNA/www.newsghana.com.gh