This is the concluding part of the year in retrospect. The first part was published on Monday, January 16, 2023.
In 2022, the health sector saw a number of interventions and initiatives, both from the public and private sector, towards building a healthy population, one of the pillars of sustainable socio-economic development.
The Ghana Health Service (GHS) says the country can reduce its vulnerability to the ripple effects of the current growing COVID-19 cases in other parts of the world if eligible persons for vaccination avail themselves.
According to the World Health Organisation (WHO), even though Malaria is a preventable and treatable disease, it continues to have a devastating impact on the health and livelihood of people around the world.
The Ministry of Health has hosted a roundtable discussion with global aerial logistics company, Zipline and other global health partners to discuss growth developments in the health sector and to advance aerial logistics integration in Ghana.
Some residents of Juapong in the North Tongu Constituency of the Volta Region received free medical screening for various health conditions during the Christmas festivities courtesy of the Cuban Embassy and their Member of Parliament, Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa.
GIZ, a German development agency, together with its partners under its Comprehensive Pandemic Management for employees, families and communities, has organised an HIV/AIDS and COVID-19 screening for about 1,186 people at five different locations in three regions as part of this year’s World AIDS Day.