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Groupe Ndoum supports Korle-Bu with blood
Groupe Ndoum, a business group, involved in tourism, investment advisory and management, financial services, technology, media, and management consulting, has demonstrated its commitment to promoting health in Ghana.
 
 
 
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  Jun-29:   Ministry appeals to Tamale Concerned Association
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  Jun-28:   National forum on maternal mortality opens
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