Gabby Otchere-Darko and McDan CEO saves life of kid who drunk caustic soda, pays for his surgery at Korlebu

The Chief Executive Officer of McDan Group of Companies, Dr. Daniel McKorley together with the Founder of Think-tank Danquah Institute (DI), Gabby Asare Otchere-Darko have gone to the rescue of a young boy who nearly lost his life after accidentally drinking caustic soda, thinking it was water. The duo paid for the surgery of the […]

2.2 Million Cedi corruption scandal rocks GRNMA, leaders refuse to release financial reports

Tension is currently very high within the ranks of the Ghana Registered Nurses and Midwives Association (GRNMA) following the inability of the leadership of the Association to account for a colossal 2.2 Million Ghana Cedis lodged in its accounts. is informed that a national budget surplus of 4 Million Ghana Cedis for 2016, turned […]

 Zipline expands contract to include emergency medicines in Rwanda, pledges to replicate success story in Ghana soon

By Elvis DARKO, Rwanda Zipline, the company that specialises in using drones to deliver emergency medical supplies, is optimistic about replicating its success story in Rwanda in Ghana. In a little over two years of operations in Rwanda, Zipline has decreased the amount of blood hospitals keep in stock while increasing access to real blood […]

My encounter with cancer and how it transformed my life-Multi Media’s Jim Aglah tells the painful story of losing his only daughter

“Everything happens for a reason. Nothing is a coincidence. There are times God will allow us to go through difficulty so later on, we can be instrumental in helping others overcome” – Joel Osteen My name is James Aglah, a General Manager with Ghana’s leading private broadcast media organization, the Multimedia Group. I am also […]

Disinfection of Containers at ports to begin by end of February 2019, Markets and Senior High Schools included-Health Minister

Government has confirmed that the disinfection of containers and cargo at the ports and various points of entry and exit will begin in the 3rd week of February 2019. The Minister for Health, Kwaku Agyeman-Manu who gave the confirmation, said everything was set for the disinfection to begin, and that the Ministry was grateful and […]

Confirmed: disinfection of ports to commence 3rd week in February, scope expanded to cover markets and SHS’s

The Minister for Health, Kwaku Agyeman-Manu has confirmed that the disinfection of containers at the various ports and points of entry and exit in the country would commence in the 3rd week of February 2019. According to the Minister, the scope of the disinfection exercise has also been expanded to cover various markets and Senior […]

Over 500 residents of New Seduase screened by Prayer Fest Assemblies of God Church and Ghana Association of Medical Aid

The prayer Fest Assemblies of God church Ghana, Dodowa District has collaborated with the Ghana Association for Medical Aid (GAMA), to screen residents of New Seduase community of various health issues and assisted with some medical aid. The Ghana Association of Medical Aid is a non for profit and non-governmental organization made of Ghanaians based […]

13,802 pregnant women contract HIV in 2018, First Lady launches campaign to fight mother-to-child transmission

Statistics from the Ghana Health Service (GHS) indicate that 13,802 pregnant women contracted Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) in 2018. This represents 1.6% of the 864,266 pregnant women who were tested for the disease. 48% HIV-exposed infants screened As at September 2018, Ghana had screened 48% of all HIV-exposed infants (HEI), with 5% being HIV positive. […]

All students must pay 80 percent of their fees or you send them home-MoH orders Public Health Training Colleges

The Ministry of Health has ordered heads of all public health training institutions to send away all fee-owing students. A notice issued by the Ministry under the hand of the deputy Minister for Health Tina Mensah and dated December, 28, 2018 raised concern about the inability of some students to pay their school fees. “It […]

We will not tolerate any more laxity from you-Coalition of Concerned Nurses and Midwives to Nursing and Midwifery Council

The Collation of Concerned Nurses and Midwives (CCNM) have warned that it will not take any further laxity from the Nursing and Midwifery Council, saying the council has taken them for granted for a very long time now. According to the coalition, it beats their imagination that in the 21st century, a professional body like […]