Anfoeta Tsebi – More than 300 community members in Anfoeta Tsebi, a community in the Ho West District, have received health screening services.
The health screening, which covered vital parameters such as blood pressure, sugar levels, hypertension, and malaria, aimed to promote the overall well-being of the residents.
The initiative also involved education and awareness campaigns on best health practices, emergency care for urgent cases, and referrals for individuals requiring further assistance.
Ms. Eyram Koffie, Head of the Health Team comprising health personnel from Anfoeta Tsebi, highlighted the success of the program and the positive response from the residents.
The collaboration with health personnel from Anfoeta Clinic contributed to the effectiveness of the health screening.
Ms. Koffie expressed the team's desire to extend such health programs to other communities in the area to ensure broader health coverage.
Torgbe Dei Penni IV, Chief of Anfoeta Tokorme, emphasized the importance of regular health checkups and encouraged community members to prioritize their health.
Mama Dei III, the Queen Mother of Anfoeta Tokorme, contributed to the community's well-being by donating bales of used clothes, bags, and shoes.
She commended the health team for their impactful support and expressed hope that the education provided would lead to positive changes in health attitudes among residents.
Beneficiaries of the health screening expressed gratitude to the organizers, including benevolent individuals and traditional leaders, for their efforts in promoting community health.