SONA 2024: Government secures alternative funding for La General Hospital

Delivering the State of the Nation Address (SONA 2024), President Akufo-Addo said the development shows his government’s commitment to improving health care infrastructure and services across Ghana

President Akufo-Addo has confirmed that the government has successfully secured an alternative source of funding for the reconstruction and expansion of La General Hospital. The president made this announcement during his State the Nation Address (SONA 2024) in Parliament on Tuesday (27 February 2024).

President Akufo-Addo added that it is expected the project will be completed in 28 months.

He said the hospital project, which has been the subject of great anticipation and widespread public interest, will involve a remarkable transformation in provision of health care in the La Dadekotopon District of Accra.

With the newfound funding secured, the hospital is set to be reconstructed and equipped as a fully functional modern health-care facility, complete with the latest diagnostic and treatment equipment.

The president said the development shows the government’s firm commitment to improving health-care infrastructure and services across the country.

He said that this, coupled with the government’s priority health infrastructure project which is planning the construction and redevelopment of a raft of hospitals across Ghana under the Agenda 111 programme, will give a major facelift to health-care delivery nationally.

Watch a replay of President Akufo-Addo’s State of the Nation Address (SONA) 2024 below: 

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