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First Lady inaugurates CHPS compound at Nyanshegu

Ghana’s First Lady, Rebecca Akufo Addo has inaugurated a Community-based Health Planning and Services (CHPS) compound at Nyanshegu in the Sagnarigu Municipality of the Northern Region. The ultra-modern health facility was funded by the her initiative, Infanta Malaria Prevention Foundation and its partners. In addition, the Foundation organized a free health screening exercise and catered for the needs of persons living ...

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Kpenoe community forces Ho Assembly to release held up donation cash

In what appears to be a panic reaction, authorities at the Ho Municipal Assembly have released an amount of GHc5,000 meant for the refurbishment of a Community-Based Health Planning and Service (CHPS) compound, sited within the Kpenoe Traditional Area in the Volta Region. This was after the community members through their chief, Togbe Kotoku XI, petitioned the Economic and Organized Crime Office (EOCO) ...

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We take some responsibility for non-functional CHPS compounds – Segbefia

A former minister for Health, Alex Segbefia, has conceded that the previous National Democratic Congress (NDC) administration should be held responsible for some of the non-functional CHPS compounds in the country. According to him, a major reason for the sad state of affairs, was the lack of accommodation for staff. Mr. Segbefia said for most of the projects undertaken, no ...

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Nungua: Completed Teshie CHPS compound abandoned; new one constructed nearby

The Ledzokuku Krowor Municipal Assembly has begun construction of a new CHPS compound at Nungua after abandoning a completed one nearby at Teshie Camp 2 non-operational for more than 12 months. The Teshie camp 2 facility was completed in 2016, however, it has not been put to use by the Assembly, leaving residents with no option than to seek medical ...

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‘Forgotten’ CHPS compound at Tetegu now home to squatters [Photos]

Residents of Tetegu in the Weija-Gbawe Constituency in Accra, have expressed their disappointment in the Member of Parliament, Tina Mensah, who also doubles as a Deputy Health Minister over her inability to facilitate the completion of a CHPS compound in the area. The facility has been left at the mercy of the weather, and is now occupied by squatters. The ...

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NPP gov’t hasn’t abandoned CHPS project – Health Ministry

Following the recent reports of some neglected Community-based Health Planning and Service (CHPS) compounds, the Health Ministry has downplayed suggestions the current government has abandoned  the CHPS project. Speaking on Eyewitness News, the Ministry’s Public Relations Officer, Robert Cudjoe said there the Akufo-Addo administration rather has plans to expand the project. “There are plans in place to ensure that we scale ...

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Nanumba North: Pusuga gets CHPS compound

A Community-based Health Planning and Services (CHPS) compound has been inaugurated at Pusuga in the Nanumba North District of the Northern Region. The project is to bring major relief to the people, especially pregnant women in Pusuga and other surrounding communities. Speaking at the inauguration ceremony, the District Chief Executive for Nanumba north district assembly,  Abdulai Yaqoub, urged residents in ...

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Inesfly partners Health Service to refurbish CHPS compounds

In a joint durbar with the Ghana Health Service,  at Apenkwa in the Greater Accra Region, Inesfly Africa announced its commitment to paint ten Community-based Health Planning Services Compounds in ten districts in the Greater Accra Region. This is part of the company’s corporate social responsibility roll out in 2017 and its commitment to improve the quality of health services ...

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Suhum Adakwah residents cry for CHPS compound, school

Residents of Adakwah, a village in the Suhum Municipality of the Eastern Region, have called on government to as a matter of urgency assist them with a CHPS compound, a nursery school, a market shelter among other basic things. The cocoa farming community has been deprived of these basic social amenities for over two decades. In an interview with Citi ...

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