20,000 permanent jobs expected from 111 health projects in Ghana


Ghana’s Minister of Information, Kojo Oppong Nkrumah, has said that 20,000 permanent jobs are expected to be rolled out in the 111 health projects currently underway in the country.

The projects, which are being funded by the government and development partners, aim to provide quality healthcare services to all Ghanaians. They include the construction of new hospitals and clinics, as well as the refurbishment of existing facilities.

Nkrumah said that the jobs will be created in a variety of fields, including nursing, medical laboratory science, pharmacy, and administration. He added that the government is committed to creating more jobs in the health sector, and that the 111 health projects are a major step in that direction.

The 111 health projects are expected to be completed by the end of 2024. Once they are up and running, they will provide healthcare services to millions of Ghanaians. The jobs that are created will also help to boost the economy and improve the lives of Ghanaians.

The 20,000 permanent jobs that are expected to be created from the 111 health projects are a welcome development. They will provide much-needed employment opportunities for Ghanaians and help to improve the country’s healthcare system.

The government should be commended for its commitment to investing in the health sector. The 111 health projects are a major step forward, and the creation of 20,000 permanent jobs is a positive outcome.

The jobs that are created will benefit individuals and families, as well as the wider economy. The government should continue to invest in the health sector, as this will lead to better healthcare outcomes for all Ghanaians.

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