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The Gushegu District in the Northern Region is to benefit from a Midwife Training School to augment the services provided by the existing one in Bolgatanga in Upper East which serves the three Northern Regions.
The facility will train personnel in the field who will be sent to communities where such services have been lacking for some time now. It will also feed the two existing clinics in the district with trained health personnel for effective health delivery.
Lectures will start for the first batch of students who gained admission for the 2011/12 academic year by the end of October 2011.
In the interim though, the necessary accommodation have been put in place to house the students, whiles the assembly is putting up more classrooms and dormitories blocks to accommodate expected future applicants.
An elated District Chief Executive (DCE) for the area, Hon. Alhassan Fuseini made this known in an exclusive interview with Ghanadistricts after a close door deliberations with the Regional Health Directorate in Tamale.
The meeting also discussed the choice of a principal and lecturers to get the program off to a good start.
He was full of appreciation to the Chief Director at the Ministry of Health Dr. Sylvester Animana, the Deputy Minority Leader Hon. Rashid Pelpuo and the Interior Minister Dr. Benjamin Kumbour for spearheading the establishment of the training school in the district the second in the three Northern Regions.
He gave an estimated cost of the project to be about GH¢2.8 billion.