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Chamber of Mines, Citi Tv Build Mepe a New Health Centre 

The project consists of male and female wards, an outpatient department (OPD), a laboratory, maternity and delivery rooms, diagnosis rooms, sanitary rooms and a staff bungalow.

The Mepe community in the Volta Region now boasts of a state-of-the-art health centre.

Following the Akosombo and Kpong dams spillage in October 2023, health authorities cautioned that the affected settlements were exposed to numerous health problems.

The Community Health-based Planning Services (CHPS) compound in Mepe was submerged in the flood waters prompting the Ghana Chamber of Mines  together with Citi FM/TV Foundation to build the people of the community new facility

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Speaking at its opening ceremony, the President of Ghana Chamber of Mines, Joshua Mortorti disclosed that GHC 1.5 million was spent in building the health centre.

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The project consists of male and female wards, an outpatient department (OPD), a laboratory, maternity and delivery rooms, diagnosis rooms, sanitary rooms and a staff bungalow.

Additionally, the Chamber has provided GHC400,000 for the construction of a 10-unit toilet facility for the community.

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Mankrado of Mepe, Togbe Kosi Nego VI, expressed gratitude to the Ghana Chamber of Mines and Citi Fm/TV Foundation for providing the community with the facility and promised to ensure a good maintenance culture to prolong its life span.

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