The innovativeness of a midwife with the Ghana Health Service, Rosemary Delai Gavor, has saved the life of a pregnant mother and her baby.
Located at Motokrodua, a remote community in the Sekyere East District of the Ashanti Region, the pregnant woman who was in labour had to be carried to the clinic for delivery.
The area is not only a deprived community but it is also a “hard to reach area”.
With no alternative, the midwife reportedly used wooden dirt to carry the woman who was in labour to the clinic.
Thankfully, the pregnant woman delivered safely without any complications.
Meanwhile, checks by this portal indicate that the CHPS compound where Rosemary works has no water and no electricity so she financed the installation of solar power.