Blood and Genotype Foundation, a non-governmental-organisation based in Accra would on Saturday December 5, launch a blood screening programme free-of-charge for the residents of Cape Coast and its environs to know their blood type.
Bright Future Voluntary Organization, a Christian NGO based in Kasoa Central Region, has condemned the disgusting rate at which children of school going age are being used to sell on the streets.
The NGO led by Mr. Raphael Nyame, observed that the practice is becoming rampant in Kasoa and called on the International Labour Organization (ILO) and the concerned authorities to do something to curtail the situation.
Source: GNA - Item worth hundreds of Ghana Cedis are feared to have been lost when fire gutted parts of the building housing the Adansi South Health Directorate during the early dawn of last Monday.
Source: GNA - School Health Education Programme (SHEP) Coordinators in eight districts of the Northern Region have been trained on common mental disorders and human rights to help promote mental health education in their schools.
Source: GNA 03.11.2015 - Pregnant women in the Volta Region who suffered from eclampsia were supplementing the cost of magnesium sulphate injection 50%, Divine Azameti, Head Pharmaceutical Services, Volta Regional Directorate of the Ghana Health Service (GHS) had indicated.
Source: starrfmonline.com - The New Edubiase Government Hospital was on Monday razed down by fire.
The fire, according to an eyewitness account, started around 2am Monday dawn.
Source: GNA - The Half Assini Government Hospital has offered free health screening exercise to a large number of people in the Jomoro District as part of efforts to offer quality health delivery to the people.
Source: GNA - Witchcraft, widowhood rites and female genital mutilation (FGM) have been identified as top three most harmful traditional practices prevalent in the Northern, Upper East and Upper West Regions.
Source: GNA - The Christian Children’s Fund of Canada (CCFC) through the Baptist Child Development Programme has provided potable drinking water to the Kasuliyili community in the Tolon district of the Northern region.
The project, which was implemented at the cost of $90,000 would benefit over 4,200 people indirectly.
Source: Daily Graphic Ghana - The people of Kasuliyili, a farming community in the Tolon District in the Northern Region, have been provided with a solar-powered mechanised water system to supply them with clean and safe water from an existing dam in the community.