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More pregnancies in Ivorian refugee camp

Pregnant Story The Ghana Health Service (GHS) has recorded more than 600 pregnancies in the Ivorian refugee camp at Ampian in the Ellembele District since 2012. Madam Margaret Buah, midwife in charge of the health centre, said the figure involved over 500 adults and 100 teenagers. She said in 2012, 54 adults and 14 teenagers got pregnant in the first quarter, 439 adults and four teenagers in the second quarter and over 500 pregnancies recorded at the end of the same year. In 2013, 25 adults and 15 teenage pregnancies were recorded in the first quarter and over 50 at the » Read More

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