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Isaac Adongo writes to Dzata Cement to fund Upper East Dialysis centre

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Isaac Adongo, the Member of Parliament for the Bolgatanga Central constituency is optimistic that Dzata Cement will fully fund the establishment of a dialysis centre for the people of the Upper East Region.

The absence of a dialysis centre in the region is compelling patients with kidney ailments to travel long distances to either Tamale or Kumasi to access treatment, causing significant financial and emotional burdens on them and their families.

But speaking to NDC party supporters after a health walk in Bolgatanga, Mr. Adongo said he has sent a proposal to Dzata Center for support in the establishment of the life-saving medical treatment centre in the region.

“I am aware that there is an effort to do crowdfunding to bring a dialysis centre to the regional hospital. I want to announce today that I sent an application to Dzata Cement, and together with the team at the regional hospital, we will get the Dzata Foundation to fully fund that facility. I am aware that recently, the director in charge of the Dzata Foundation called and needed some details, so I made them get in touch with people who are pursuing the dialysis centre at the hospital. It is my fervent hope that we will get that facility fully funded by the Dzata Foundation”, he stated.

Still, on health, Mr. Adongo said he has constructed three “midwifery centres” at Kalbeo, Yunkoko, and Tindonmolgo to reduce the maternal mortality rate in the municipality.

“I am happy to announce that my effort with some Ghanaian donors in Germany will lead to the supply of a number of equipment to equip all those facilities for our mothers.”

The Bolgatanga MP announced plans to construct boreholes across the constituency with funds he secured which is in the coffers of the municipal assembly.

Source: A1radioonline.com|101.1Mhz|Joshua Asaah|Bolgatanga|Ghana

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