KETU SOUTH MUNICIPAL HOSPITAL FAMILY HEALTH UNIT INTENSIFIES MALARIA VACCINATION - REJOICE DZAKPASU .


 



Story by Carlos Afanou










Registered Community Nurse at Ketu South Municipal Hospital in-charge of Family Health Unit Madam Rejoice Dzakpasu has revealed the unit is intensifying its malaria vaccination programmes as part of the strategy to combat malaria disease. 




According to Rejoice Dzakpasu, her outfit has adopted the deliberate strategy of daily Malaria vaccination coupled with monthly outreach vaccination programmes solely to intensify the fight against malaria in the country. 






Speaking exclusively to Ghana News Desk and TV3, Madam Rejoice Dzakpasu said "Over here  the strategy we use is the daily vacc


ination, we go out once a month for our outreach clinics in our various communities and we do home visits to trace defaulters". 




Registered Community Nurse at Ketu South Municipal Hospital in-charge of Family Health Unit Rejoice Dzakpasu has also appealed to government to scale up the supply of health card booklets and stickers to motivate clients to cooperate whilst improving their operations. 




"Some of our clients are still using exercise book for antenatal care. The health cards booklets are not abundant in the system so if they could supply us with children  health records booklets". 





Meanwhile, Registered Community Nurse at Ketu south Municipal Hospital in-charge of Family Health Unit Rejoice Dzakpasu has revealed efforts are being made to by her outfit to counsel clients against misconception about vaccines. According her, the efforts is part of well-thought agenda to dispel rumours being preached against malaria vaccines. 




" We counsel clients to dispel misconception so they are confident that the the malaria vaccines are safe to protect their children", she told Ghana News Desk and TV3.

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