CCG And CHAG Organize COVID-19 Training Programme in Accra


The Christian Council of Ghana and the Christian Health Association of Ghana have organized a COVID-19 Training Programme in Accra.

The General Secretary Welcomed all participants to the Ebenezer Presbyterian Church Hall in Osu, Accra and admonished them to fully take part in the Programme

Topics treated on the day included "COVID-19 Pandemic, the role of the Church", "The Clinical Psychological needs of COVID-19 sufferers and Church Members" among others.

Speakers at the programme were Dr. James Duah, Deputy Executive Director, CHAG, Dr. Peter Yeboah, Executive Director, CHAG and Edith Okailey Okaitey, Psychologist, Ga East Municipal Hospital.

PPEs were to all participants by the Christian Health Association of Ghana to help prevent the spread of COVID-19 .

Also in attendance were Mr. Oheneba Kofi Ntiamoah, Director of Finance and Administration, CCG, Rev. Abraham Opoku Baffour, Director, Interfaith and Ecumenical Relations, CCG, Heads of Churches and Staff of the Christian Council of Ghana.

Source: CCG - December 17, 2020


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