GHS begins 1 district-1 vehicle policy

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By Lorlornyofm January 9, 2019 14:11

GHS begins 1 district-1 vehicle policy

The Ghana Health Service (GHS) has received 26 Nissan pick-up trucks from the Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) for onward distribution to various districts.

GHS took delivery of the vehicles on 4 January 2018 to support healthcare delivery in the three regions of the north.

The beneficiary districts include:

▪Upper East:
Pusiga 
Binduri
Nabdam
Kassena Nankana West
Bawku Municipal 
Bolgatanga Municipal 
Builsa North 
Builsa South 
Bongo District

▪Upper West:
Sissala West 
Wa East
Wa West 
Jirapa 
Daffiama Bussie Issa
Nadowli-Kaleo 
Lambussie 
Sissala East

▪Northern:
Mion District
Sawla/Tuna/Kalba District 
Karaga District 
Saboba District
Central Gonja District 
Chereponi District 
East Gonja District
Zabuzugu District

The Director-General of GHS, Dr Anthony-Nsiah Asare revealed that with this support, all districts in the Upper West Region now have been fully covered with a pick-up

“Ghana, as you know, is poised to achieve Universal Health Coverage (UHC) at primary healthcare level by 2020 ahead of the deadline of 2030 through the support of partners and other stakeholders,” he added.

He also asked the Regional Directors to note that the vehicles are by no means personal vehicles for District Directors, and as such, under no circumstances should they be misapplied. Managers have been entreated to ensure safety and regular maintenance of the vehicles.

The Director-General gave the assurance that the allocation letters of the vehicles will soon be sent to the managers, indicating the comprehensive insurance premium payable and the date for collection.

The GHS extended its heartfelt gratitude to JICA for the vehicles.

Source: Ghana/ClassFMonline.com/91.3FM

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By Lorlornyofm January 9, 2019 14:11
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