Published in Accra, November 1 2016

On the 4th and 5th of October 2016, all stakeholders in the ‘Accelerating Case Detection of Tuberculosis in Ghana’ project, gathered at Kumasi Golden Tulip hotel. More than 180 people attended the meeting.

 

The project, funded by the governments of Ghana and The Netherlands, is in its implementation phase and stakeholders met to discuss project details to ensure a successful execution.

 

The meeting was opened by the Hon. Minister of Health, Mr. Alexander P. Segbefia and graced by a lot of other dignitaries including the Regional Minister for Ashanti, Directors of the Health and Ministry of Finance, regional Health Directors, a representative of the Dutch Ambassador and many others.

 

Key persons from Ministry of Health, Ministry of Finance, National Tuberculosis Control Program, Ghana Health Service and Universal Delft, explained details of the project and the expected outcome. Afterwards, there was time for questions and answers. Participants were given the opportunity to bring on board their thoughts and contributions to make the project successful.

Presentations from the Stakeholders meeting.