GCUC TESCON to celebrate Health Day in a Grand style

The TESCON branch of the Garden City University College in the Ashanti Region of Ghana is to celebrate this year’s World Health Organization (WHO) Day in a grand style to push forward the agenda of Universal Health Challenge (UHC).

The (WHO) has set 2030 to make sure everyone everywhere could access essential quality health service without financial hardship and as a result of this, GCUC TESCON has joined the fray this year to ensure the realization comes at the stipulated time.

The TESCON President for the University, Abigail Boateng made this known in an exclusive interview with hbtvghana.com during the week to outline some major events they envisaged to embark upon to strengthen the support base of the NPP on campus and in the region as a whole.

Abigail Boateng said the branch would organize a health screening and blood donation exercises on the 14 April 2018 at the forecourt of the institution situated at Kenyasi in the Kwabre East Constituency of the Ashanti Region.

The Tertiary Students Confederacy (TESCON) President said, they would issue out health insurance cards to persons and renew old ones.

In addition to the programme, TESCON national I D Cards would be issued out also.
She said she is leading the confederacy on such move to make the elephant fraternity more attractive to both students and residents of the region and beyond.

The soft spoken President said, together with the Elders and Patrons of the Confederacy, success is going to be the goal at the end of the day looking at personalities who have accepted the challenge to be part.
She said National; Regional, Constituency and Party sympathizers have all promised helping the exercise for the desired purpose to be reached.

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She called on all females Adults of the elephant fraternity to contribute their widow’s mite in helping the NPP government for the betterment of all Ghanaians.

This year the World Health Day falls on Saturday 7th April, 2018 but in Ghana stakeholders commemorated it with a national launch on the 11th April, 2018.