VPWA sign the physically challenged, the aged, and orphans on National Health Insurance.

Post date: Dec 17, 2010 3:21:29 AM

Over One hundred and twenty four (124) persons in the village of Amanase in Eastern Region of Ghana received health insurance packages from VPWA yesterday.  The National Health Insurance Scheme is a government of Ghana program that allows Ghanaians to be registered and be required to pay premium to ensure they receive health care.

This is the second time in 2010 that VPWA has embarked on signing new people on the scheme, as well as renewing that of expired insurance holders. This brings to 244, the total number of beneficiaries currently registered and having their premiums paid for by VPWA.  

Funding for this project is provided by two VPWA past volunteers’ base in Germany (Katharina & Andreas) and supplemented by VPWA Internally generated funds.

Credit: VPWA.org