14 new Trainees go through the ‘CCPTC drill’

Wednesday, June 30, 2021.

Catholic Hospital, Battor
Cervical Cancer Prevention and Training Centre (CCPTC)

Our 14 new trainees have been going through our Module 1 training programme since Monday, June 28. By the end of two weeks, they will be equipped to set up/run cervical cancer and breast cancer screening units in their institutions (and districts).

Our trainees are:

  1. Mrs Felicia Maame Efua Eduah, Public Health Nurse, Gadol Women Empowerment Ministry.
  2. Ms. Christabel Sarfo Agyemang, Midwife, HopeXchange Medical Centre, Kwadaso Municipality, Kumasi, Ashanti Region.
  3. Ms. Constance Oppong, Midwife, HopeXchange Medical Centre, Kwadaso Municipality, Kumasi, Ashanti Region.
  4. Ms. Gertrude Opoku Duah, Midwife, Holy Family Hospital, Nkawkaw, Kwahu West District.
  5. Ms. Joana Esi Gaisie, Public Health Nurse, Holy Family Hospital, Nkawkaw, Kwahu West District.
  6. Ms. Felicia Ofosu-Dankyi, Public Health Nurse, Cocoa Clinic, Okai-Koi South District, Accra.
  7. Ms. Priscilla Annan, Midwife, Pentecost Hospital, La Nkwantanang Madina Municipal District, Greater Accra Region.
  8. Ms. Grace Selasie Fiador, General Nurse, Trust Hospital, Osu, Korle Clottey District, Greater Accra Region.
  9. Ms. Elizabeth Amanyo, Midwife, Atobiata CHPS, Jasikan District, Oti Region.
  10. Ms. Irene Hodogbe, Community Health Nurse, Ayoma Health Centre, Jasikan District, Oti Region.
  11. Ms. Rita Amoafo, Midwife, Nsuta Health Centre, Jasikan District, Oti Region.
  12. Ms. Mary Akos Logodzo, Midwife, Bodada Health Centre, Jasikan District, Oti Region.
  13. Ms. Rebecca Enyonam Adusu, Midwife, Jasikan District Hospital, Oti Region.
  14. Ms. Abigail Ababio, Public Health Nurse, Bosomtwe District Health Directorate, Ashanti Region

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