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UNICEF donates power grow to Tamale Western Medical center


The Usa Nations Children's Account (UNICEF) has given a 100KVA crisis power plant to the Tamale Western Hospital to ensure the effective and uninterrupted power to the newborn attention unit, maternity keep, labour room and theatre of the hospital, Frequent electrical power outages have detrimentally influenced the functions of the clinic over time.

In The fall of 2021, UNICEF built a 54-bed newborn baby care unit for a healthcare center to provide quality healthcare services to newborn babies and mothers, also to boost general healthcare. The region Representative of UNICEF, Anne-Claire Dufay, said the gesture produced portion of the organisation’s determination in promoting quality health-related for mothers and babies. She said the rose was not part of the newborn attention unit project but was in reply to a request by the management of the clinic in order that the full and effective functions of the machine.

The Health care Superintendent of the hospital, Dr Tanker Bampoe, said, “the unit is definitely a critical area and that we need to have a standby plant there to save lives”. He, therefore, recommended the fund for the gesture and pledged to put it to good use.


Typically the fully furnished newborn baby care unit contains a kangaroo mommy care unit, chemist, therapy, consulting and mother’s room. That was constructed by UNICEF Ghana, with funding support from the Italian Countrywide Committee (Italian NatCom), with the target to save the lives of newborn baby babies and prevent difficulties in parents during labour.


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