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Alhaji Sulemana Alhassan, the Upper West Regional Minister, has called for a united front and an innovative approach in dealing with poor sanitation practices that have engulfed many communities and created health hazards.

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 Dec-08:  
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 Dec-07:  
B5 Plus Organizes Health Screening Exercise
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Meningitis Ruled Out In KUMACA Student Deaths
 
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WARNING: Don't Give Children Cough Syrup - Doctor
 
 Nov-24:  
Minister Of Health Calls For Dialogue To Resolve Ankaful Impasse
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GES Releases Research Report On Menstrual Hygiene
 
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 Nov-22:  
Electronic Healthcare Service Kicks Off - With Paperless Medical Records And Patient Management System
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Local Government Minister Refurbishes Psychiatric Hospital Women’s Ward
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New Glaucoma Treatment...No More Everyday Eye Drops
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