Full details of the vision of President Akufo-Addo to make Ghana the centre of excellence for medical research by 2030, has been shared by government officials.
This follows Tuesday’s groundbreaking ceremony for construction works to begin on 111 District Hospitals, regional hospitals and two psychiatric hospitals across the country.
Code-named ‘Agenda 111 hospitals project’ the health facilities are expected to cost $16.88 million and will be completed within 18 months.
According to the Agenda 111 detailed document, Ghanaians will have access to and enjoy 4 state-of-the-art surgical theatres for maternity, obstetrics and gynaecology, a full complement of male, female, pediatric and isolation wards, among others.
The document also reveals how the design and construction works of 101 District Hospitals, 6 Regional Hospitals in newly created regions, as well as 1 Regional Hospital in the Western Region, 2 Psychiatric Hospitals in Kumasi and Tamale and a redeveloped Accra Psychiatric Hospital, will be carried through.
Below is the detailed document on the Agenda 111 project: