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CELEBRATING UNITY AND PROGRESS: AN UPDATE ON THE COMMUNITY HEALTH PLANNING AND SERVICES (CHPS) PROJECT IN ANAMA WITHIN THE NKORANZA MUNICIPALITY

We are thrilled to share the tremendous progress made towards the CHPS Compound project within Anama, a deprived community located 30km south of Nkoranza. Your unwavering support and collaboration have been the driving force behind the success of Phase 1, and we are excited to embark on the next phase of this life-changing initiative.

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Hope for Little Lives, a non-governmental organisation, has conducted surgeries for 52 children in the Nkoranza Municipality of the Bono East Region. The founder of the organisation, Dr. Maame Tekyiwa Botchway, led a team of specialists who operated on the children free of charge. The hospital's acting medical superintendent praised the initiative. We also donated 500 textbooks and storybooks to improve teaching and learning in the various schools in the municipality. HOPE for little lives having identified a pressing need for access to health care in a deprived community, cut the sod for the construction of a CHPS compound. The Chief of the area praised the initiative and said it would revolutionise healthcare access. Dr. Botchway thanked all partners for their support, including  KGL Foundation, Star Assurance, pharmaceutical, media, corporate, and individual partners.

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Our organization, during  Easter successfully performed surgeries for 36 children diagnosed with various conditions in the Keta Municipality of the Volta Region. The children who suffered conditions including intussusception, umbilical hernias, inguinal hernias, dermoid cyst, undescended testis, hydrocele, and circumcision among others were operated on at the Keta Municipal Hospital.

 

We performed 28 surgeries in two days for children who needed the service at the Wa Regional Hospital.

Some of the surgeries performed included inguinal hernias, undescended testes, umbilical hernias, circumcision, and excision of lumps/bumps.

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