Immediately after our TV programme yesterday, we headed on a 3 hours journey to the remote towns of Awudome Avenui and Awudome Anyriwase in the Volta Region.
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Thousands of Ghanaians have lost their livelihoods and properties through a series of market fires which have plagued the country in recent years, according to reports. It was estimated by the Ghana National Fire Service (GNFS) that there were 2,201 fire outbreaks in the first quarter of 2013; majority of which were market fires. The increasing
Current statistics and reports indicate a high prevalence of mortality and morbidity as a result of road traffic accident (RTA). It is also a fact that the first responders to the scene of accidents play an important role in the preservation of life if they are First Aid trained.
Statistics from the GNFS and other media report indicate that 4,577 fire outbreaks were recorded in 2012, compared to 5,489 in 2013.The resultant costs of damage, according to these reports were GH¢10,321,963 in 2012 and GH¢25,081,919 in 2013 (Joy News, 2014). This year has already recorded estimated losses of GH¢2.4 million in its first quarter alone.
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