Energy Outages Stored This Healthcare Professional In Ghana From Running

“Enlarge this image toggle caption Jason Beaubien/NPR Jason Beaubien/NPROne of the biggest problems with the power cuts was how unpredictable they were.
“The electricity is better, much better,” says Dr. Forster Amponsah at the Koforidua Regional Hospital in Ghana.
” When I profiled him last year, one of his biggest problems was that the power kept going out in his operating theater, making it nearly impossible to deal with a backlog of patients.
Every day there are more patients needing surgery than Amponsah can possibly attend to.
Global health researchers say general surgery is one of the greatest unmet needs in some of the world’s poorest countries.

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