Ghanaian peacekepers organises free health screening for inmates in South Sudan


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By
Kwamina Tandoh, GNA

Accra Sept. 13, GNA – A Civilian Military
(CIMIC) delegation from the Ghanaian Battalion serving with the United Nations
Mission in South Sudan (UNMISS)has organised a free health screening and
medication exercise for 64 inmates at Bentiu Prison.

The exercise led by the Senior Medical
Officer, Flt Lt Maxwell Atindaana, screened the inmates which is made up of 63
males

By
Kwamina Tandoh, GNA

Accra Sept. 13, GNA – A Civilian Military
(CIMIC) delegation from the Ghanaian Battalion serving with the United Nations
Mission in South Sudan (UNMISS)has organised a free health screening and
medication exercise for 64 inmates at Bentiu Prison.

The exercise led by the Senior Medical
Officer, Flt Lt Maxwell Atindaana, screened the inmates which is made up of 63
males and a female.

The screening exercise was conducted on a
variety of health disorders including: 
Malaria, Hepatitis B, Hepatitis C and Random Blood Sugar (RBS) tests on
the inmates.

Brig Gen Yoanis Orlando, the Commander of the
Prison was very grateful and appreciative of the kind gesture from the team.

He further stated that this is the first time
a team of this kind has visited them.

The CIMIC team also donated assorted food
items to the inmates of the prison.

GNA


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