Residents of Sing in the Wa Municipality, who
used to record high incidence of malaria
cases, are full of praises for the Ghana Health
Services for providing them with treated
mosquito nets. The community which used to
record high incidence of malaria cases resulting in many children and pregnant women
falling sick, has experienced a remarkable
reduction in malaria cases through the use of
treated bed-nets. This was made known at a
forum organized by the Ghana Health Service
and UNICEF to celebrate the achievement of the inhabitants of Sing on Tuesday, Naa
Mahama Adama, Chief of Sing said malaria
had been the headache of the inhabitants as it
affected several people, especially pregnant
women and children in the community. “The
people of Sing are most grateful to the Ghana Health Service and UNICEF for providing us
with the needed materials to reduce malaria in
the community”, Naa Adama said.

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