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In response to a story on GBC 24, the Ministry of Gender, Children and social protection deployed the police to relocate over thirty children to a foster home at Madina near Accra.

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Yesterday, Hon. Otiko Afisah Djaba joined the Ghana Hemophilia Society to mark this year 'World Hemophilia Day', an international observance held annually on April 17 by the WFH (World Hemophilia Federation). It is an awareness day for hemophilia and other bleeding disorders.
She urged all relevant stakeholders (including the ministry of gender, children and social protection) to strengthen Ghana's social welfare institutions to be able to support and provide quality healthcare to victims (largely women and children) who are directly or indirectly affected by Hemophilia.
Hemophilia or Bleeding Disorder is a congenital bleeding. It prevent blood from forming an effective clot.
It is therefore estimated that about 2,500 people in Ghana are living with Hemophilia.
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7 days ago

As part of their mission to compile a single and accurate national register for the poor in Ghana from which all social protection intervention will select their beneficiaries, the Ghana National Household Registry (GNHR) Unit of the Ministry has presented its final registry data on the data collection exercise carried in the Upper West Region at a dissemination workshop held in Wa.
Addressing the gathering at the workshop, Hon. Otiko A. Djaba said that the government of Nana Akuffo-Addo which believe that every life deserves a certain amount of dignity no matter how poor, will not relent at promoting the well-being of Ghanaians by fighting and reducing poverty through an integrated platform of effective social protection assistance. Hence the need for a credible data that give a clear picture on the situation and ensure that the right people are selected for targeted interventions.
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Hon. Otiko Djaba was on GBC Radio Upper West to discuss the reason of starting her National Monitoring Working Visit with the Upper West Region.
Among many issues discussed, she said that she was going to use her huge Knowledge in Poverty Reduction to spearhead the fight against all forms of Poverty and that Upper West Region will be the standard of measuring her success in reducing poverty in Ghana.
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1 week ago

After the visit at the Nadwoli District Hospital, Hon. Otiko Afisah Djaba moved to the St Joseph Orphanage in Jirapa to monitor care given to the children.
She also donated food items to the orphanage.
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As part of her working visit in Upper West Region, Hon. Otiko Djaba visited the Nadowli District Hospital to inspect hospital beds given to the facility last year.
She also took time to sympathise with the patients at the hospital.
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