DCE District Chief Executive (DCE) of South Dayi, Ernest Patrick Kodzo Mallet, has said that his Assembly is resolved to carry medical care to the doorsteps of inhabitants. As per him, developing wellbeing offices over the locale to empower individuals to approach quality medical care administrations adds to the District’s development. Hammer said this when he charged a Community Health-Based Planning and Services (CHPS) compound for Sanga, a cultivating network in the District, bringing the complete number of CHPS mixes to 20.
The DCE said the office will help lessen mother and kid mortality, encouraging the network to stay away from self-drug and attempt to watch the COVID-19 preventive conventions to stem the spread of the infection. He said the Assembly and its Health Directorate will screen the smooth running of the office and subsequently approached the network to help out the wellbeing laborers to release their obligations successfully. Ms Faustina Doosogla who is the District Director of Health guaranteed the network that wellbeing laborers will before long be presented on the office to take great consideration of their wellbeing needs.