Local Ghana Trainer Osei Bonsu explaining a lecture to the trainees
As the year comes close to an end, so does ISUOG’s Outreach Program in Ghana as the team heads over to Kumasi this weekend for the last of six trips made to the Ashanti region over the years since 2011. Led by Dr. Anthony Johnson (Chair of the Outreach Committee), the trainers (Dr. Theodora Pepera-Hibbert of Ghana/UK and Dr. Janet Horenstein of the United States) will be passing over the baton to the key trainees who have now been identified as local trainers to train a new batch of trainees from all over the Ashanti region. Both ISUOG’s International Development Coordinator, Gesu Antonio Baez, and GE Healthcare’s Tammy Anderson will also be in Ghana to support this last effort in Kumasi in partnership with Kumasi Metro Health Services and local NGO partner Women’s Health to Wealth. Follow our blog all next week as we share more inspiration from the field. To find out more of what we’ve done in Ghana, visit our website.