AngloGold Ashanti Malarial Control Limited (AGAMal) has organized inside residual spray at the Nsawam Medium Security Prison. Anglogold Ashanti (Ghana) Malaria Control Programme was set up in 2006 as a non- profit entity to battle the danger of malaria distressing the efficiency of AngloGold Ashanti.
The action is expected to be approved in all other prisons across the country as part of a plan by stakeholders, including National Malaria Control Programme (NMCP), Ghana Health Service (GHS) and Ghana Prison Service (GPS).
The programme, which is place to expand for a period of 10 days, will look for to get rid of malaria from the prison.
It is predictable that 13,707 structures will be sprayed with 2,742 units of SumiShield 50 WG insecticides and will be of use for a period of nine months. Insects which land on the wall in the set period will be killed but will have no damaging result on the inmates.
Samuel Aseidu, programmes director of AGAMal, indicated that with the necessary support and adequate funding, AngloGold Ashanti seeks to kick out malaria out of the country completely.
He, however, charged Ghanaians to involve themselves in the process by keeping their surroundings clean.
He said that he have high hopes and very excited about this, with great excitement to get rid of malaria from our nation but it will take you and he to do our bit to keep on educating people our side is to put the chemicals on the wall your side is to have enough knowledge so that we do not create a propagation land for mosquitoes to variety.
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