Ghana's emergency care is expected to see a tremendous improvement as the government hopes to take delivery of the full complement of brand new ambulances by November.
And by the projected timeline, the government is expected to have at least 275 fully installed ambulances to be distributed across the country's 275 constituencies.
Sector Minister, Mavis Hawa Koomson, stated that the distribution of the ambulances to every constituency is part of the government's programme of providing the equivalent of $1 million per constituency per year to bridge the development gap between rural communities and the cities.
Ultra-modern toilet facility for the New Amakom cluster of schools in the Subin Constituency in the Ashanti Region.
Needs assessment teams put together for each of the regions, have since 2017, been consulting with opinion leaders, to determine and address the development needs of the local communities, Dr Alolo explained.
Key among the facilities following the assessments are water and sanitation systems which Dr Alolo said the government has been providing for the 275 constituencies.
He said the government would soon be handing over those facilities to their community leaders, for use.
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