Kulmasa Ghana Project Launch

On August 31, 2021 Medical Mission Sisters in Ghana launched an Integrated Health Program at Holy Family Parish at Kulmasa in the Savannah region of the country.The Integrated Health Project care aims to enhance accessibility to quality health care and includes maternal and child health care, preventive and participative health activities, girl-child education, youth and women empowerment. The Sisters will establish an eco-demonstration farm, which will serve as an employment avenue for youth, training for farmers on the best farming practices and a micro-credit project to help alleviate poverty in the area. This will also provide for neighboring villages and communities an avenue to generate local income, as well as creation of further job opportunities for the youth and women of Kulmasa.

Photo: Catherine Osei Afua, MMS Coordinator for West Africa together with the Savannah regional health director joined the bishop to plant a tree at the clinic site to officially launch the Integrated Health Program.