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The Second Lady has helped secure 12 scholarships and free service abroad for Ghanaian children who need specialist paediatric care.

A fight over a multimillion-cedi contract for serum used to treat snakebites ‒ a common emergency in some of the poorest regions of Ghana ‒ is threatening to cause disarray in Ghana’s public health system, already under heavy pressure.

The Second Lady, Samira Bawumia, has donated GHC20,000 to the paediatric unit of the Greater Accra Regional Hospital, in the Ridge area.

Catherine Krobo Edusei started her career as a banker in 1986 at the Saudi American Bank in the United Kingdom, where she worked for ten years after graduating in business administration from Camden College. She is a mother of two and the founder and managing director of Eden Tree Ltd, a producer and distributor of high-end organic food produce in Ghana.

Members of Parliament yesterday approved a service agreement between the Government of Ghana, represented by the Ministry of Health, and Fly Zipline Ghana Ltd for delivery of emergency health and blood products to public health facilities in Ghana.