Star chip program in coastal eastern area.  this program is underwritten by a consortium of oil companies that are working in this area.  These CHPS compounds are spread through the region, some communities are very remote.  Nyamebekyere is a small community that just got two nurses 6 months ago. The original structure was built by the community but the new centers are being built by Eni Foundation which is the foundation for the oil companies The nurses working the clinic are Esther Tsatsu, a new nurse with only a year experience and Joseph Opoku Cobbinah who has worked in more remote villages before being assigned to this post Women waiting to see the nurses with their children. Dorcas Tetteh, 18 has two year old twin boys. She is an unmarried mother who lives with her parents,  father is a fellow student who went on to high school and lives away. He's 22.  Babies are Timonth  Acquah Sr and Jr. Without this clinic she would have a hard time getting care for her and her chldren.

Karen Kasmauski/ MCSP

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