By Juliet Korkor
Help Motherland International, HMI a US-based non-governmental organization is in talks with the Koforidua Technical University to establish a Christian Medical College within its Campus.
When completed, the project would complement the government’s effort at training more medical staff to assist in various health facilities across the country.
The Vice Chancellor of the University, Professor David Essumang, addressing the team, disclosed that the Agenda 111 by government is part of efforts to help deliver quality health for all.
Completion of these projects, he added will need human resources and capacity building of health personnel to sustain them.
KTU has since presented a concept paper on the project.
Professor Essumang noted that ”discussions with the HMI team for a possible partnership regarding the establishment of the Medical College is timely and will go a long way to improve health care delivery”.
Earlier, the HMI team paid a courtesy call on the New Juaben South Municipal Chief Executive, Isaac Appau Gyasi, where he assured the team of maximum support to ensure that the project becomes successful.
”I am always ready to liaise with other cities and institutions towards the development of the Municipality and the region at large”, the Chief Executive noted.