Fasa Construction organizes training workshop for staff of Tamale Central Hospital

Fasa Construction and Transport Ventures has organized a four days capacity building workshop for staff of the Maternity Health Department, which consists Maternal, Antenatal and Neonatal wards of the Tamale Central Hospital.


The workshop which commenced yesterday, Monday, 1st June, 2020 is expected to train about 42 health professionals at the hospital.
Speaking at the opening ceremony of the four days workshop, the Chief Executive Officer of Fasa Construction and Transport Ventures who also doubles as the Adminitstrator of the Tamale Central Hospital, Mr. Abdulai Abdul Fatawu explained that the kind gesture of his company’s main target is to reduce still births to zero and also improve neonatal care in the hospital.


The CEO of Fasa Construction and Transport Ventures encouraged participants to be attentive and involve actively in the training process.
He also promised to provide more funding and support to the hospital to build the capacity of staff of the hospital by six months time or next year, if the target of the workshop is achieved.


Speaking on behalf of her colleagues, the in charge of the labour ward at the hospital, Verelinda Kogana expressed their appreciation to the CEO and staff of the Fasa Construction and Transport Ventures for sponsoring the workshop.


Due to numerous changes at the various units of the hospital, Mrs. Verelinda Kogana believes the training will equip staff who are new in the labour ward to gain knowledge in resuscitating new born babies.
Mrs. Verelinda Kogana called on philanthropists to emulate the lifestyle of the CEO of Fasa Construction and Transport Ventures and also appealed to philanthropists to assist them with resuscitation equipment such as oxygen, incubators among others to enable them provide quality health care to their clients.


Fasa Construction and Transport Ventures is a Ghanaian construction company that is into construction and providing transport and logistics solutions to other foreign constructors working in the west Africa sub-region.

Source:tamaleonline.net/Prince Chentiwuni

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