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  1. sabina kwapong: this story about perfect is sad, may god help all women
    Post Date :2013-08-05 02:28:30
  2. Jony: MHC is great! I love the programs!
    Post Date :2013-08-05 02:29:29
  3. adams aisha: i have being following mhc nd i really enjoy ur stories. kip de gud work up nd God reachly bless u all
    Post Date :2013-08-05 10:10:44
  4. Patty: i have being doing family planning for the past six years, i want to know if it is good
    Post Date :2013-08-29 02:52:00
  5. JOHN KUUMUORI GANLE: HELLO, THANK YOU SO VERY MUCH FOR THE WONDERFUL JOB YOU ARE DOING FOR MOTHER GHANA. THE STORIES YOU TELL ON THIS CHANNEL HAVE BEEN PARTICULARLY MOVING! THESE ARE THE KINDS OF ISSUES THAT AS A NATION, GHANA SHOULD BE CONCERNED ABOUT. YET, THESE ARE THE LEAST YOU HEAR ON OUR AIRWAVES AND IN THE PRINT MEDIA OR EVEN THE PUBLIC SPHERE ON THE DAILY BASIS. THANK YOU INDEED. I AM A GHANAIAN DOCTORAL STUDENT IN PUBLIC HEALTH AT THE NUFFIELD DEPARTMENT OF POPULATION HEALTH, UNIVERSITY OF OXFORD, UK. OVER THE PAST THREE YEARS, MY RESEARCH AS BEEN LOOKING AT ACCESS TO MATERNAL AND NEWBORN HEALTH SERVICES IN GHANA AND THE SORTS OF DIFFICULTIES WOMEN GO THROUGH TO PERFORM THEIR NATURAL BIOLOGICAL FUNCTION. THE STORIES YOU TELL HERE ARE THE VERY STORIES I DOCUMENTED FOR OVER SIX MONTHS IN THE BOSOMTWE AND CENTRAL GONJA DISTRICTS BETWEEN NOVEMBER 2011 AND JUNE 2012. THE STORIES HAVE BEEN EXTREMELY HARROWING TO ME AS A PERSON THAT SOMETIMES I CRY OVER SOME OF THE THINGS I HAVE HAD TO WRITE IN MY PhD THESIS. I AM REALLY LOOKING FORWARD TO JOINING A CAMPAIGN THAT COULD GREATLY REVERSE THE MANY NEEDLESS MATERNAL DEATHS AND DISABILITY GHANA CONTINUES TO RECORD ON THE DAILY BASIS. YOU HAVE ALREADY STARTED THE KIND OF CAMPAIGN I HAVE ALWAYS BEEN THINKING ABOUT EVER SINCE I STARTED RESEARCHING THE ISSUE OF POOR MATERNAL HEALTH IN GHANA. IF THERE IS EVER ANY WAY I COULD CONTRIBUTE TO THE DISCUSSIONS AND CAMPAIGN, I AM MORE THAN HAPPY TO JOIN IN. THANK YOU ONCE MORE FOR THE GOOD WORK YOU ARE DOING FOR MOTHER GHANA! SINCERELY, JOHN
    Post Date :2013-08-29 06:41:15
  6. Ayesha: MHC I really loved the story about Bompka and the bridge. What else do our policy makers need to see before they act on issue like this???
    Post Date :2013-08-29 06:42:57
  7. Love Loveland: because we are all not serious about issues pertaining to bringing life into this world. Your programme has really educated me to understand that when it comes to maternal death issues, its not only from our dilapidated and ill-equipped hospitals but the social, economic, religious and political angles play very crucial roles.
    Post Date :2013-08-30 02:18:33
  8. dennis: I think creative storm networks is doing a very good work for the nation i also want to no when BOMPKA brige is going to be constructed
    Post Date :2013-09-09 05:50:19
  9. Billy Callixz: Good evening,is it that the government is not aware of this problem and if they are aware then why dont they take action,our women are dying and our future leaders.
    Post Date :2013-10-09 09:30:49
  10. joseph asiedu aboagye: from comm 15 tema, you guys are doing a great job.keep us updated. God richly bless u
    Post Date :2013-10-09 09:33:33
  11. Liticia Horlortu: God bless u all
    Post Date :2013-10-14 03:21:15
  12. Khemical Ju: Most people confuse their professional duty with their values n as a result refuse to provide adequate Services....God save Gh.
    Post Date :2013-10-14 03:23:46
  13. Eleanora P. Mill: The issue of maternal health education is very crucial but unfortunately, our midwives are too busy to devote to that aspect. There is an NGO called Centre for Pregnancy and Childbirth Education (CePaCE) is committed to providing adequate information on pregnancy and childbirth issues.
    Post Date :2013-10-14 03:38:14
  14. Nana Yaa Red: what can we do to these women in dove? Their traditions are bad. They must change these traditions. Laws are made to help not to kill
    Post Date :2013-10-14 03:52:46