Accra July 17, GNA – CHILDAccra has commemorated its 10th Anniversary celebration at the Labadi Beach Hotel in Accra, with a worship, praise and dinner night to celebrate the successes chalked out as a child care medical facility.
The event was filled with jazz music and music performances by artistes including Stephanie Benson and Ms Elsie Ottoo, who thrilled the crowd.
Ministering at the evening event, Archbishop Nicholas Duncan-Williams, the Presiding Archbishop and General Overseer of the charismatic Action Chapel International Ministry, commended the health institution for the good work done since its decade of establishment.
He urged Ghanaians to contribute their quota to the development of the nation.
Dr Juliette M Tuakli a Pediatrician and the Chief Executive Officer of the organisation, expressed the commitment of her outfit in providing top-notch childcare and maternal healthcare services for visitors to the centre.
She said the clinic had established a toy library to amuse and foster the development of children whenever parents visit the premises.
She said the medical facility would partner schools within the metropolis to expand the library project.
Dr Tuakli used the event to also appreciate the hardworking staff, partners, families, friends and clients for putting up confidence in the clinic.
Some of the activities earmarked for the celebration are the renovation of the Accra Psychiatric Hospital Children’s playground, immunisation of children to mark the World Immunisation day, Child Prevention Week, Child Abuse Week, Children’s Day and Malaria Day.
CHILDAccra was first established as CHILD & Associates in 2006, a small clinic providing medical care solely to children.
As the network of health services and specialists grew, the clinic expanded its scope of services and now serves entire families.
CHILDAccra is organised into the following departments: CHILD & Associates for medical service; caring for families of the West African community, providing quality healthcare services.
The Ream Reproductive Centre provides services to women and girls from puberty to menopause.
Beyond the Nets a non-profit arm of CHILDAccra, raises awareness about infectious diseases and mosquito borne illnesses, HIV and educates patients and the community on preventive measures.
Medical and Public Health training for medical interns and residents abroad and locally.