Albert Oppong Ansah's Blog – October 2011 Archive (2)

Tamale Teaching Hospital records 11 deliveries to mark World Population Day

The Tamale Teaching Hospital (TTH) recorded 11 births in the early hours of Monday, October 31, 2011 as the world’s population is expected to hit the seven billion figure today.

Six male and five female babies were born through normal deliveries without any complications, Dr Patrick Adike, House Officer at the TTH told the Ghana News Agency (GNA) in an interview at Tamale on Monday.

He said the trend of population growth yearly at the hospital increased from 7, 000 in 2010 to…

Continue

Added by Albert Oppong Ansah on October 31, 2011 at 20:05 — 2 Comments

Deformed Children are being killed in Ghana

by Albert Oppong- Ansah

 

Three-year old John the Baptist, who hails from Gnani, a community in the Yendi Municipality of the Northern Region, was born with a vein defect.

 

At the age of two, John’s parents wrapped him in white cloths and left him beside a public refuse dump.   His…

Continue

Added by Albert Oppong Ansah on October 15, 2011 at 6:34 — 1 Comment

Latest Activity

Andrej Matisak posted a status
"Matisak's blog - What's next for NATO regarding Russia http://wp.me/pL6gx-1vl"
8 hours ago
Andrej Matisak posted a status
"Matisak's blog - The West (the US, the EU) vs Russia: A new Cold War?"
Tuesday
Npong Balikawu Francis posted a blog post
Tuesday
SAADIA SEHAR posted blog posts
Tuesday
Dr Richard Rooke posted a blog post

EUISS: reflection and the media.

The EU Institute for Security Studies EUISS: reflection and the media.Alert 17 from the EUISS concerns Ukraine from the perspective of China. Written by Camille Brugier, Nicu Popescu, it shows careful, tidy analysis, illustrating the competing and sometimes contradictory forces at work on…See More
Tuesday
Moses posted a blog post

Development and State-building in South Sudan.

By Apollo Kut AlierDevelopment and State-building in South Sudan.28 March 2014 at 21:58There are a few things the government of South Sudan cannot risk to grapple with. One is the stance it adopts towards the so-called rebels; the armed men and women who have receded to the woods in defiance of Juba. Their misgivings may be ill-placed, and at times even wild,but that is no reason to ignore them.The government is better off opening doors of dialogue with this malcontents than seeking to bomb…See More
Tuesday
Shaban I. Lulela posted photos
Tuesday
Dr. John Zammit posted a photo
Tuesday

© 2014   Created by Arne Grauls.

Badges  |  Report an Issue  |  Terms of Service