AS part of its efforts to partner with the Delta State Government in addressing the health needs of Deltans, Maris Stopes International Organization, yesterday, opened a Medical facility in Asaba, the Delta State capital.
Speaking at the commissioning ceremony, the Country Director of Maris Stopes International Organization, Mr Effiom Effiom said their desire was to reduce maternal and neonatal death through quality health service delivery.
Effiom said: “The phase of our engagement with Delta State sees us working collaboratively with the Delta State Contributory Health Commission to scale up healthcare service delivery centres with the aim of reducing maternal and neonatal death in the state”.
While commending the state government for partnering with the organization by creating an enabling environment for a productive relationship, he said; “the Maris Stopes will be supporting the Delta State Ministry of Health with 60 primary health care facilities to strengthen the health system in the state.
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