CPP To Prioritize Brain Drain Concerns In Health Sector Oct 25, 2016

CPP To Prioritize Brain Drain Concerns In Health Sector

It will adopt a multi-sectorial health care system comprising the Ministry of Health, Ministry of Food and Agriculture (for nutrition), Ministry of Sports (for fitness) and the Ministry of Local Government (for sanitation) to transform health care system.

A CPP government under Mr Ivor Kobina Greenstreet health policy will aim at reducing inequalities in the standards of health care for all. These were stated in the part’s Election 2016 policy document which was made available to the Ghana News Agency (GNA).
 
The analysis is part of the GNA’s project – GNA Tracks Election 2016 – which is being funded by the Ghana Oil Company Limited (GOIL), the nation’s foremost indigenous oil marketing company and CIMG 2015 Petroleum Company of the year.
 
The GNA Tracks Election 2016 project seeks to sensitize the electorate on the various issues raised by political parties, elections management body and other governance institutions. Read more.

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