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Residents of Kulkpali in the Dabo Electoral Area in the Wa West District have held a community durbar and appealed to the government and philanthropic individuals to come and support them reduce some challenges affecting their health staff.

According to the Community Health Officer (CHO) at the Health Centre, Mr. Kudus Wullo, the Health Centre serves seven communities with a population of over 1,300 with one motorbike which is a means of transport to serve all the communities.

He lamented that inadequate health staff and lack of telecommunication network are factors affecting health delivery in the community.

Mr. Kudus indicated that inadequate drugs also affect quality service delivery.

The Assembly Member for the Electoral Area, Mr. Banabas Gaazienye, applauded the District Health Director, Madam Cecilia Kakariba for the support to elevate the CHPS Compounds to Health Centre to enhance quality health delivery in the area.

Mr. Gaazienye thus lamented the lack of a maternity ward at the Kulkpali CHPS and incomplete health facility at Gombile as worrying.

The District Health Director, Madam Cecilia Kakariba, decried the inadequate antenatal attendance at the Health Centre.

Source: Info Radio

By Upper West Media

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