Final stages of ISUOG’s training mission in Ghana

Outreach continues in Kumasi today and we’re following the group in Old Tafo as local trainee to become Trainer, Abekkah Adam Jonah, leads the lectures this morning under the supervision of ISUOG Trainer Dr Janet Horenstein.

Abekkah Adam Jonah giving a lecture under watchful eye of Dr Janet Horenstein

Abekkah Adam Jonah giving a lecture under watchful eye of Dr Janet Horenstein

The morning was full of lectures on fetal anomalies, with multiple ectopic pregnancies identified and referred.  Scanning resumed for the majority of day as usual, but as the second phase of the funeral ceremonies were taking place in the evening with a required curfew imposed at 6:00 PM, the day ended early at 2:30 PM in order to facilitate the trainees’ long return home.

Tomorrow will mark the end of the Ghana Program and a handover to local actors. Stay tuned for this final chapter in ISUOG Outreach in Kumasi in the coming blog!

Gesù Antonio Báez
International Development Coordinator

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