“The ministry is currently holding discussions with its development partners, appealing to them to provide the remaining GH¢50 million,” Mr Goodman said.
He said some drugs which had also been imported but had not arrived at the time of the fire outbreak had arrived safely and been stocked in the ministry’s temporary warehouse.
Mr Goodman commended the Pharmaceutical Manufacturers Association and the Pharmaceutical Society of Ghana for donating drugs worth thousands of cedis to the ministry as part of their support.
He said the government and the ministry in collaboration with their partners were committed to ensuring the provision of all requisite drugs to safeguard the health of the public and keep the health system running efficiently.
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