NAS receives Manikins from US partners

The National Ambulance Service (NAS) has received training equipment from its US partners, the North Dakota Department of Health (NDDH). The equipment (manikins) which were received by the Chief Executive Officer of NAS, Prof Ahmed Nuhu Zakariah according to him, would go a long way to enhance teaching and learning for Emergency Medical Technicians and other refresher courses of the service

Major Matt Headley is the Regional Bilateral Affairs Officer at the Embassy of the United States here in Ghana, who presented the items on behalf the NDDH. Prof. Zakariah, was excited, saying, “I hope our relationship with NDDH would be strengthened and I also believe more of such items are yet to come”. Below are pictures of the presentation, which took place at the NAS Head Quarters in Accra.

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