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Oxygen shortage: Seven babies die at Tamale Teaching Hospital

Tamale Teaching Hospital
At least seven people have died and the death toll is still rising at the Tamale Teaching Hospital following management’s decision to abandon a faulty oxygen producing machine, which serves as a supply point for many health centers in the three regions in the North.

Sources say the faulty oxygen machine requires a little below GHC30,000 to fix, but instead, the management has committed to a weekly procurement of insufficient oxygen at GHC15,000.


Tumu Hospital adjudged best in Upper West Region
Author: dagbon
2017-03-02 22:42:16
The Tumu Hospital and the Sissala East Health District of the Upper West region has been adjudged the best health facilities in the region.

According to a recent grading of health facilities in the region, it emerged tops out of the 11 districts in the area with the hopes that this could translate to increase in life expectancy in the area.




Yendi Township faces water crisis as River Dakar dries up
Author: dagbon
2017-03-02 22:40:41

Water Shortage
The Yendi Township in the Nothern Region could be in in the thick of a water crisis by the end of March if their water situation doesn’t change.

Currently, residents are resorting to dams, boreholes and water from tankers as the Yendi water treatment plant is low on water.




Do selective 1-village-1-dam policy to avoid wasting resources – Akufo-Addo told
Author: dagbon
2017-03-02 22:37:20

Bo Naa Prof. Natogmah Yakubu
The Northern Regional representative of the Council of State, Professor Bog-Naa Yakubu Nantogmah has urged the government to only create dams in strategic locations in each of the three northern regions instead of creating one dam in each community as proposed.

In an exclusive interview with 3news.com, Prof. Yakubu Nantogmah although lauded the one village one dam policy of the NPP, he feared it may result in a waste of scare resources because some areas may not need these dams.




One dead at Tamale Teaching Hospital over expired anesthesia drug
Author: dagbon
2017-03-02 22:24:49

Tamale Hospital
A male adult has died with two others in an unknown condition at the Tamale Teaching Hospital following oxygen shortage and also refusal of surgeons to administer an expired anesthesia drug on a patient who suffered “acute abdominal pain”.

Yahaya Zuberu was referred from the Samaritan Medical Center in Tamale after being diagnosed of acute abdomen and appendicitis. He was admitted at the Emergency ward of the referral center serving three regions in the country’s north and later wheeled into a theater for surgery.




SADA, Rasmal Group sign $800m deal to help transform savannah zone
Author: dagbon
2017-02-25 13:56:50
The Rasmal Invest Group of Morocco has signed an agreement with the Savannah Accelerated Development Authority (SADA) to invest a minimum of $800 million into three projects in the savannah zone of the country.

The three projects – the Tamale Teaching Hospital, the Buipe Inland Port and the Kintampo Tourism Cluster – form part of SADA’s master plan which will serve as a blueprint to the transformation of the zone.





Latest News
Oxygen shortage: Seven babies die at Tamale Teaching Hospital


Tumu Hospital adjudged best in Upper West Region


Yendi Township faces water crisis as River Dakar dries up


Do selective 1-village-1-dam policy to avoid wasting resources – Akufo-Addo told


One dead at Tamale Teaching Hospital over expired anesthesia drug


SADA, Rasmal Group sign $800m deal to help transform savannah zone


We’ll resist Nakpana’s burial at Bimbilla – Family of late Bimbilla Na


Tamale Teaching Hospital denies giving out expired drugs


Bimbilla schools closed down over clashes


Renewed Kingship strife in Bimbila creates refugee ‘crisis’ in Yendi


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