Allegations levelled against the current government concerning the status of the health projects commenced by the previous administration has become a national debate.
The opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC) has alleged that the Akufo-Addo led government has abandoned all the health sector projects initiated by the NDC-Mahama regime.
The debate became rife after President Akufo-Addo in his eighth COVID-19 address to the nation on COVID-19 announced that his government has decided to construct some 94 new regional and district hospitals to beef up Ghana’s healthcare delivery system.
Following this announcement, the minority opines that there is no need for the government to initiate the construction of new hospitals when there are uncompleted projects hence calling for the completion of these projects before new ones can be initiated.
Given this accusation, the Minister for Health, Kwaku Agyemang-Manu has refuted these claims insisting that some projects have been completed and work continue unabated on the projects commenced by the previous administration.
A document in possession of ABC News provides in detail the various facilities currently being worked on by the Ministry of Health to ensure efficient delivery of healthcare all over the country.
While a significant number of the projects have been completed and commissioned for use, others are still on-going and at various levels of completion.
Find the details of all the programmes and projects below: