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WHO Presents Digital Tablets to Help the Vaccine Rollout in Ghana

The WHO to help Ghana’s vaccine rollout has presented 1000 units of digital tablets to the health services.

The World Health Organization has reiterated its commitment to helping the Government of Ghana achieve its set target for the COVID-19 vaccine rollout by presenting 1,000 pieces of digital tablets to support the ongoing vaccination campaign.

With funding support from the Government of Canada, WHO Ghana plans to present additional 500 digital tablets to the Ghana Health Service
Presenting the items to the Ghana Health Service, Dr. Sally-Ann Ohene, Disease Prevention and Control Officer at the World Health Organization Ghana Country Office said the tablets were to be used to scale up e-registration at the various vaccination centres and help reduce delays in data entry.

“With funding support from the Government of Canada, WHO Ghana plans to present additional 500 digital tablets to the Ghana Health Service.”

Dr. Sally-Ann Ohene, Disease Prevention and Control Officer at the World Health Organization Ghana Country Office

The Programme Manager for the Expanded Programme on Immunization (EPI) at the Ghana Health Service, Dr Kwame Amponsa-Achiano, who received the items on behalf of the Ghana Health Service, expressed appreciation to the kind gesture.

Dr Amponsa-Achiano stated that the donation of the tablets was very timely and would be deployed immediately to the field for use in the ongoing vaccination campaign. The digital tablets are anticipated to be useful for data capturing in other health interventions beyond the COVID-19 pandemic.

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