ST. ANTHONY’S HOSPITAL,

DZODZE

 IS

50 YEARS OLD


HURRAY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

GRAND DURBAR:  FRIDAY, 17TH DECEMBER, 2010

TIME:  9:00 A.M. AT THE FORECOURT OF THE

CONVENT, DZODZE

 

THEME OF THE CELEBRATION: ‘St. Anthony’s Hospital, Dzodze – 50 Years of Sharing in Christ’s Healing Ministry as a Partner in Health Care Delivery in Ghana – Achievements, Challenges and the Way Forward.’

A BID OF WELCOME

The St. Anthony’s Hospital, Dzodze by the Grace of the ALMITHY GOD, is 50 years old.

HURRAY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

 

As it is the case in almost every major celebration or anniversary, so also it is in the life of an important institution such as the St. Anthony’s Hospital, Dzodze. It is therefore, pertinent to express our warm welcome and extend our hands of friendship to you our well-wishers and most especially, all our benefactors and benefactresses.

 

Fifty years in the life of an institution is no mean achievement.

 

May the Spirit of the ALMITHY GOD therefore, guide and guard us all in our deliberations and fellowship during this GOLDEN JUBILEE CELEBRATION.

 

Once again, you are most welcome.

 

Thank you all.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

H.E. PROF. JOHN EVANS ATTA MILLS

PRESIDENT OF THE REPUBLIC OF GHANA

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

POPE BENEDICT XVI

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

THE APOSTOLIC NUNCIO TO GHANA, HIS EXCELLENCY LEON BADIKEBELE KALENGA (HE VISITED THE HOSPITAL ON 19TH AUGUST, 2010)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

BISHOP ANTHONY KONNINGS - FOUNDER OF THE ST. ANTHONY’S HOSPITAL AT DZODZE IN DECEMER 1960

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

MOST REV. ANTHONY KWAMI ADANUTY

BISHOP OF THE KETA-AKATSI CATHOLIC DIOCESE

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

MOST REV. FRANCIS A.K. LODONU,

BISHOP OF HO CATHOLIC DIOCESE

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

REV. FR. LEO BROUWER, PARISH PRIEST OF DZODZE AT THE TIME WHEN THE HOPSITAL WAS BUILT IN 1960

 

 

 

 

 

 

REV. FR. MANSHANDEN                  

UNDER WHOSE DISTINGUISHED DIRECTION

THE ST. ANTHONY’S HOSPITAL WAS BUILT

 

 

TABLE OF CONTENT

1.0         Anniversary Programme

2.0         A brief history of the Hospital

3.0          Current Management Team

4.0         Staffing at the beginning

5.0          List of Medical Officers who ever worked at the Hospital from 1960 – 2010

6.0         Present staff list

7.0         Infrastructure at the early stages of the Hospital

8.0         Present Infrastructure

9.0         Staff Accommodation from 1960 – 1970

10.0    Staff Accommodation as at 2010

11.0    Early Medical Services at the Hospital

12.0    Present Medical Services

13.0    Comparative Statistics – 1960 – 2010

14.0    Foreign Missions support

15.0    Some historical moments of the hospital

16.0    Some key successes chalked in the last decade – 2001 -2010

17.0    Present challenges of the hospital

18.0    The way forward

19.0    Acknowledgement

20.0    Appendices

I.               Land Agreement

II.            Distribution of Health Services within the Catholic Diocese of Keta-Akatsi showing Dzodze.

III.         Site Plan of the Hospital

IV.        Second Site Plan of the Hospital

V.           Information on former staff of the St. Anthony’s Hospital

VI.        Golden Jubilee Planning Committees

 

1.0                                                 THE ANNIVERSARY PROGRAMME

 

ST. ANTHONY’S HOSPITAL, DZODZE, GOLDEN JUBILEE ANNIVERSARY GRAND DURBAR, FRIDAY, 17TH DECEMBER, 2010 AT 10.00 A.M.

 

THEME: “St. Anthony’s Hospital, Dzodze, 50 years of sharing in Christ’s Healing Ministry as a Partner in health care delivery in Ghana. Achievements, Challenges and the Way forward”.

 

PROGRAMME

 

1.     Arrival:                                               Citizens, staff and invitees- 9.00 a.m

2.     Arrival:                                               Chiefs, elders and Special Invited Guests            - 9.10am

3.     Arrival:                                               Bishops, Regional Ministers, Ministers of State                                                  and Very Specially Invited Guests in a procession.

4.     Joint foundation laying rites

for the St. Mary’s Nursing

Training College and the

Jubilee House:                                  Guest of Honour His Excellency the             President, Prof. John Evans Atta Mills and His      Lordship the Bishop, Anthony K. Adanuty.

 

5.     A short parade:                                Dzosec – Cadet Corp and Inspection of Guard of                                                        Honour by the Guest of Honour, His Excellency                                                                       President John Evans Atta Mills

 

6.     Exchange of Greetings                    Led by Hon. DCE Ketu North

 

7.     Opening Prayer:                               Monsignor Leonard Hope Hormeku, Vicar                                                                         General, Keta-Akatsi Diocese.

 

8.     Introduction of Chairperson:        Ms. Theresa Morgan, Nursing Administrator

 

9.     Chairperson’s Response:               Prof. Cletus Dordunoo

 

10. Welcome Address and brief                    

report on the hospital by:             The Medical Officer In-Charge

 

11. Jubilee Anthem by:                         The Jubilee Choir

 

12. Anniversary Speech by:                  Bishop Anthony K. Adanuty, Catholic Bishop of

Keta-Akatsi Diocese

 

13. Address by:                                       Volta Regional Minister,

Honourable Joseph Amenorwode

 

14. Musical Interlude:                           Borborbor group

 

15. Fraternal Messages:

i)                The Dutch Ambassador to Ghana

ii)               Africa Action President from Germany, John Klaus

 

16. Musical Interlude:                           Jubilee Choir

 

17. Address by:                                       Guest Speaker, Hon. Dr. Benjamin Kumbour –                                                                Minister for Health

 

18. National Anthem:                            Led by Dzosec School Choir

 

19. Golden Jubilee Keynote

Address by:                                       The Guest of Honour, His Excellency, The President of the Republic of Ghana, Prof. John Evans Fiifi Atta Mills

 

20. Fund raising towards the Golden

Jubilee projects - The St. Mary’s

Nursing Training College at Dzodze

 and the Jubilee House.

 

21. Special Awards to deserving

 Staff:                                                 Led by Torgbui Akorli Zonyrah III, Theresa                                                                         Morgan & Judith Agboyo

 

22. Chairperson’s Closing remarks:   Prof. Cletus Dordunoo

 

23. Announcements by:                        The Administrator, Christian Akoto-Brown

 

24. Vote of Thanks:                               Rev. Sister Victorine Dorkenoo

 

25. Closing Prayer:                                 The Parish Priest, Rev. Fr. Peter Nanga

 

26. Final Blessing:                                   The Bishops Present

 

27. Departure:                                        Guest of Honour, Guest Speaker, Bishops,                                                                         Ministers of State, Chiefs and Queens to be                                                                       followed by all others.

 

2.0     A BRIEF HISTORY OF THE HOSPITAL

The St. Anthony’s Hospital is owned by the Keta-Akatsi Catholic Diocese. The hospital can be found in the South-Eastern part of Ghana. It was established to commemorate the Sacerdotal Jubilee of Bishop Anthony Konnings, the Bishop of the then Keta Diocese under the distinguished direction of Rev. Fathers Manshandem and Brouwer in 1960.

 

Bishop Konnings was succeeded by Bishop Francis A.K. Lodonu of the erstwhile Keta-Ho Diocese who was very instrumental to the sustainability of the hospital.

 

Prior to the establishment of the hospital, around 1953, the first resident Parish Priest of Dzodze, Rev. Fr. Rudolph Zilstra, came with some Rev. Sisters of the society of ‘Friends of the Little Heart of Jesus’, the founders of the Sacred Heart Hospital which is also at Weme-Abor.

 

Their work was dressing of wounds and treatment of minor ailments. They went from house to house combining evangelization, medical care and charity. Later, they established a Clinic at where the present Parish House Fadafeme” is today.

 

So impressive was their work that the desire for a higher form of medical care for the people of Dzodze was greatly felt.

 

The decisive hour then struck in the year 1958. The occasion when at a meeting in Kpandu with the Head-Christians of the then Keta Diocese and his Lordship Most Rev. Bishop Anthony Konings, the Bishop of the Diocese, revealed his intention of building three (3) hospitals in the Diocese. Present at this all-important meeting were the Hamemega Andreas Avorgbedor and Mr. Augutine Agbanyo, both natives of Dzodze. After the meeting, these two people, Avorgbedor and Agbanyo conferred and took a firm decision that Dzodze should have one of these hospitals sited on her soil and never to let this golden opportunity slip by.

 

When the Head-christian Avorgbedor returned, he went with Mr. Augustine Kwasiga Younge, (a school master), to report to Rev. Fr. Leo Brouwer (the Parish Priest at the time), the proceedings of the meeting with special emphasis on their intention to have one of the hospitals established in Dzodze. Rev. Fr. Brouwer promised to discuss the issue with the Bishop so that Dzodze could be considered for the establishment of one of such hospitals.

 

Very crucial to the actualization of the good intention of sitting one of the proposed hospitals on Dzodze soil was the problem of getting the land.

 

A few months later Rev. Fr. Leo Brouwer invited the Head-Christian Avorgbedor and others for a meeting, and asked them to look for a plot of land for the proposed hospital. Inspired by the Rev. Father’s revelation, Avorgbedor and Mr. Younge went to discuss the acquisition of the land with the late Chief Linguist (Tsyiamiga) Amegbletor Dodor of Ablorme-Dzodze. The late Dodor added his blessings and promised; “we shall build it on any available land”. Chief Linguist consequently directed them to look for a suitable site which happens to be the present site where the hospital now stands.

 

 Land donors affected at the time were called together at Mr. Ayayi’s premises where the issue was exhaustively discussed and resolved. The land acquired measured 1,000 by 1,000 feet.

 

The following were some of the land donors as indicated in the Master Agreement in Appendix I.

1.   Kwami Nukpoafe

2.   Awlitsu Kove

3.   Ahiadzo Todoxor

4.   Keme Zogli

5.   Adonu Nanewortor

6.   Ahedor Denyo

7.   Fianyo Denyo

8.   Yegbe Adorvlo

9.   Nuworsu Ahiable

10.                   Peter Bese

11.                   Dzaka Ahiagbede

12.                   Sortornyo Kportima and

13.                   Kumedzro Dzila

 

Through the instrumentality of Torgbui Dey II, Tsiamiga Amegbletor Dodor, the divisional chiefs and their subjects, the site was cleared through communal labour for the commencement of work of the hospital.

 

Under the joint general supervision of Rev. Fathers Manshanden and Brouwer, work started in earnest with Hamemega Andreas Avorgbedor, himself a carpenter heading the carpentry division, and Messrs Korsi Azameti and Atsu Dzaka heading the masonry division.

 

In 1960, the constructional work at the hospital was completed and on the 11th of December 1960, the hospital was formerly opened by his Lordship Most Rev. Bishop Anthony Konings.

 

The magnificent St. Anthony’s Hospital whose 50th Anniversary we are celebrating on this 17th  December, 2010 started from house to house medical care, then to a clinic in the house of the Parish Priest, and then to  a full-fledged hospital on its current land on 10th December, 1960.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

3.0          CURRENT MANAGEMENT TEAM

 

Name: Dr. William Gyau Dwamena

Nationality: Ghanaian

Position: Medical Officer In-Charge

Years worked in Management: 5 Years

Profession: Medical Officer (Medicine)

 

 

 

                                                                     

Name: Christian Akoto-Brown

                                                                      Nationality: Ghanaian

                                                                      Position: Health Services Administrator

                                                                                    Years Worked in Management: 19 Years

                                                                                    Profession: Health Administration

 

 

 

 

Name: Ms. Theresa Morgan Nditsi

Nationality: Ghanaian                                                             

Position: Nursing Administrator

Years Worked in Management: 3 Years

Profession: Nursing

 

 

 

 

ADVISORY TEAM MEMBERS

Name: Torgbui Dey III

Nationality: Ghanaian

Position: Chief , Dzodze, Chairman

 

 

 

 

Name: Rev. Fr. Peter Nanga

Nationality: Ghanaian

Position: Parish Priest. Member Secretary

 

 

 

 

Name: Hon. Lawson Kofi Claver

Nationality: Ghanaian

Position:DCE Ketu North, Member

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Name: Mama Nyagadzie

Nationality: Ghanaian

Position: Queen of Dzodze, Member

 

 

Name: Ms. Faustine Amegashie-Aheto

Nationality: Ghana

Position: District Director of Health, Member.

                                        Ketu North

 

 

 

 

Name: Ms. Selina Vidza

Nationality: Ghanaian

Position: Member

 

 

 

Name: Mr. James Yaovi Vodzi

Nationality: Ghanaian                    

Position: Member

 

4.0 STAFFING AT THE BEGINNING

The Reverend Sisters (Rev. Srs.) who started the Clinic were duly transferred to work in the hospital. One of them was Rev. Sr. Nelly.

 

By August 1960, work was started in this hospital under the energetic Dr. de Bruijchere (popularly known as Kodzoga), the first resident medical officer. He was sent by MEMISA. There were some expatriate missionaries (Rev. Srs) who came at the time from Holland to work in the Hospital.

 

1.    Dr. de Bruijchere                     -         Medical Officer In-charge

2.    Rev. Sr. Hubertar                     -         Administrator

3.    Rev. Sr. Gertrude                     -         Lab/X-ray Technician

4.    Rev. Sr. Mary Christine          -         General Ward In-Charge

5.    Rev. Sr. Theresa                      -         Theatre Nurse/Anesthetist

6.    Rev. Sr. Mary (alias Agbo)     -         Maternity In-Charge

7.    Sister Bloom                            -         Midwife

 

The above expatriates were helped by the following indigenes. These were:

1.    Vincentia Okudzeto

2.    Paulina Amegashiti-Ahiabenu

3.    Petrina Adzimah

4.    Benedicta Lawson

5.    Emilia Abla Wornu-Denyo

6.    Agnes Akpabli

 

 

 

5.0 LIST OF MEDICAL OFFICERS WHO WORKED AT THE HOSPITAL FROM 1960 - 2010

 

List of Expatriate Doctors

1.    Dr. de Bruijchere (a.k.a. Kodzoga)  - First Resident Medical Officer

2.    Dr. Van Laween                                

3.    Dr. Jane Halmet                      

4.    Dr. Koos Eckhout                                       

5.    Dr. Jan en Melanie Sluimers  

6.    Dr. Sjors George  Homminga                    

7.    Dr. Gerard Veldt                     

8.    Dr. Hans van Vugt

9.    Dr. Petrus van de Ven

10.          Dr. Gabriele G.M. van Thoor

11.          Dr. Frank Winnubst

12.          Dr. Ad Hendrikx

13.          Dr. Rob Nonner

14.          Dr. Hubert

15.          Dr. Vonhes

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

List of Ghanaian Doctors

16.          Dr. David Gbekor Kove – (The first Ghanaian Doctor to take over the                                         administration of the hospital)

17.          Dr. Fokwa (of blessed memory)

18.          Dr. Paul Dagbui

19.          Dr. Gameli Seadzi

20.          Dr. K. Dzimah

21.          Dr. Mark Aglobitse

22.          Dr. Asare Bediako – (now at Ketu South District Hospital, Aflao)

23.          Dr. Joseph Korpisah

24.          Dr. Osabutey

25.          Dr. Korle

26.          Dr. John Bello

27.          Dr. Fridoline Anyomi (of blessed memory)

28.          Dr. Felix Tsidi- (now at Keta Municipal Hospital)

29.          Dr. K. Kudze

30.          Dr. Michael Ahedor (Municipal Director, MHMT, Hohoe)

31.          Dr. Lawrence Kumi – (now at Peki Government Hospital)

32.          Dr.  Fiam Koblavi

33.          Dr. K. Essien

34.          Dr. Roland Dakpala

35.          Dr. Felix Sodzi Sodzi-Tettey – (now at Department of Health, NCS, Accra)

36.          Dr. Mrs. Adorkor Sodzi-Tettey

37.               Dr. William Gyau Dwamena – (present Senior Medical Officer In-Charge)

38.               Dr. Elliot Arko-Boham

39.          Dr. Yaw Obeng-Nsiah

List of Administrators

1.    Francis Agbenu  -  (1980 – 1987)

2.    Modestus Ahiable – Personnel Manager (1980 – 1988)

3.    Francis Ahiabu  - (1991 – 1997)

4.    Bismarck E. D. Dufe (Ag)  -  (1997 – 1998)

5.    Christian Akoto-Brown  -  (1998 to Date)

 

List of Matrons

Rev. Sr. Hubertar

Annie Grass

Vicentia Okudzeto

Dorothy Richidson

Bertha Etsa Duho

Theresa Morgan

 

List of some early Rev. Sister who started the Hospital

1.    Rev. Sr. Hubertar                                        

2.    Rev. Sr. Gertrude          

3.    Rev. Sr. Mary Christine                             

4.    Rev. Sr. M. Theresa                          

5.    Rev. Sr. Mary (a.k.a. Agbo)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Dr. de Bruijckere (a.k.a. Kodzoga) the first Medical Doctor of the Hospital with his wife and daughter, Caroline

 

 

                          Mrs. Annie Grass – (1968 – 1972)

                                        (Former Staff)

 

 

6.0 PRESENT STAFF LIST

 


S/NO

NAME

1

DR. DWAMENA GYAU  WILLIAM

2

DR. KORPISAH JOSEPH

3

DR. OBENG-NSIAH YAW

4

AKOTO-BROWN  CHRISTIAN

5

BANSAH ADOLF

6

MORGAN  THERESA

7

KAKA AGNES ABENA

8

AFFRAM  REBECCA

9

AKPI  ELIZABETH

10

AMELOR ALEXANDER

11

AFIDEMENYO  FAUSTINE AMA

12

ANTHONIO  ANGELICA AMA

13

ANORPANSUO MARY KAFUI

14

DANU GERTRUDE

15

TABURONOMBO TITUS

16

KUZORLI  MARTIN

17

AFARI  ESTHER SERWAA

18

SEGBEDZI  PATIENCE

19

FIANU  WISDOM KOFI

20

AMETORDZI  DESIRE

21

AGBANU ELORM REJOICE

22

BANSAH JOELINA

23

ELEBLU ELORM ADZO

24

AWUMEY BENEDICTA

25

SENYAGLO VERONICA

26

ADJEI NANCY

27

DEYEGBE FELIX

28

TECKU AMELIA

29

KLABI PHYLLIS ADJOA

30

GASU  ELIZABETH

31

ZAATO  DOMA ALI

32

BANSAH  ELIZABETH

33

ZEYE  ELIZABETH

34

AVUSUGLO  EMMA

35

AMABLE  ROSINA

36

BOADUA  EVA AMMA

37

FREEMAN  ELLEN

38

ADUKONU  MARGARET(REV. SR.)

39

AVORGBEDOR  CECILIA AKOSUA

40

NANI  DORIS

41

SAKU  ERNESTINE YAWA

42

DOMI  MILLICENT

43

QUARSHIE  VICTORIA AMMA

44

DZILENU  PATIENCE

45

DENUTSUI PHYLLIS

46

AKUBIA RUTH

47

AKYENA EDNA ANITA

48

TAY  CHRISTINE

49

AMOADZA  THERESA A.

50

ASOMONTSI  GRACE

51

ACHISEY  VINCENTIA

52

ADADZI  EUNICE

53

MBILLA SUSSY

54

OTENG HARRIET

55

ADJORLOLO PERFECT

56

GAPHER CYNTHIA

57

LAWAL SELINA

58

POMEROY DILYS

59

ATILUSEY ABIGAIL SEFAKOR

60

AYAH CHARLOTTE

61

AHADORME FRANCIS

62

AMEGBLETOR  ALEX

63

ANDOH EVANS

64

AKWADA GLADYS

65

ZIGAH  GEORGINA

66

AHIAMADIA  VINCENTIA AKU

67

ASIGBEY  AGNES  M.

68

DUVOR  MARY  AFI

69

ANYORMI  KAHU  FAUSTINE AKU

70

DZAMESHIE  FAMOUS

71

EKOR  FELICIA

72

ABOFRA  ANTHONY KWAME

73

AHIABLE  JOHN

74

GOHOHO  GLADYS

75

AGUMENU  MARGARET

76

SAKPAKU  PETRINA

77

AGBOGLI  VICTOR

78

ADORVLO  RAYMOND

79

AZAMETI  CHARITY ADZO

80

TOVOR  GODWIN YAO

81

AZAGLO  BENARD KWAKU

82

CUDJOE ELIZABETH ELIKEM

83

QUIST JUSTINE

84

AGBEKO DOTSE

85

ANYORMITSE  CHARITY AKU

86

KPODO-AVORNYO  JUSTINE (REV. SR.)

87

NDITSI  JOSEPHINE

88

NORVOR  JANET YESUTOR

89

AFORTUDE  DANIEL

90

AGBESI  MERCY CELESTINE

91

AHIAKPA  VICTORIA

92

MIKADO  MARY A.

93

AHIABLE  CAROLINE YAWA

94

AGBEMABIESE   SETH

95

AGOBA  BENJAMIN KWASHIE

96

DZATA  DEBORAH ABLA

97

BEDZRA  PETER

98

ASAFO  RAYMOND

99

AGBADA ROSEMARY

100

GABLAH MARINA

101

AHIATSI WINFRED

102

AGBLEKE PHILOMINA

103

AGBAWU PAUL

104

AMOADZA JOHN

105

KASALUWOE ROSEMARY

106

KLUGAH JUSTICE

107

AMEDAHE FRANCIS

108

AVORGBEDOR RICHARD

109

GABLAH SAMUEL

110

AKAKPO  FRANCIS AGBEKO

111

KUGBONU  MAC

112

DZAKAH  CHRISTOPHER

113

OPEKU  RICHARD

114

AMAGLO VERONICA

115

DZILA  RAPHAEL  ETSE

116

KEMEH  LUCAS

117

DOGBATSEY MARTHA A.

118

APPOMAH BRIDGET ABLA

119

DOGBEY SELORM

120

GARBADDAH JOHN KWAME

121

DORKENOO MARTIN

122

AKPE-DOE STELLA

123

ADZORGENU  FRANCIS KWESI

124

DZAH PAUL

125

ADORKU  HARRY KWABLA

126

DZILA  ALEXANDER  ATSU

127

DEANOO  MARTIN

128

DOVI JOHN

129

KLU DANIEL KWABLA

130

DOGBATSE  STEPHEN

131

MORTOTSI  BERNARD YAO

132

GALLEY  MAWUSI

133

HLOVOR  FLORENCE

134

MODZAKA  VIDA

135

ADJEI  ELIZABETH

136

AGBO  CHRISTINE E.A.

137

NTENYE MARY (REV.  SR.)

138

VIFA  PEACE

139

HODOLIE MARTIN KOFI

140

HOTTOR  INNOCENT COFFIE

141

MENSAH  DOUGLAS YRANYEHA

142

NTEMENASO FRANCISCA

143

AWUDI  NELSON KWASHIE

144

AGBOYO  JUDITH AFUA

145

ANIABRE  VICTORIA

146

AZAGLA  JOHNSON

147

ATTIPOE  GLADYS AKPENE

148

KORANTENG DORA

149

TANG  MARY ASSUMPTA 

150

DZAKPASU  PATIENCE AKU

151

AZAGLO  SETH KWABLA

152

KORBLA  ANTHONY  DICKSON

153

KORPISAH  LASAMBA

154

AGBLESHIE  MICHAEL

155

KLU  VICTOR

156

GBEMU  THOMAS

157

GBAFA JOSEPH NYAVI

158

DZAMESHIE PETER

159

DZOGBETA  SETH

160

AMUZU EBENEZER

161

ATTITSOGBUI EDWIN

162

DZINYELA  GRACE AMI

163

AMU DENNIS

164

SOKU  JONATHAN DZIGBORDI

165

AHIAMALE  MOSES

166

AMEGASHIE  ARMSTRONG

167

GAVOR  RICHARD

168

AGBAVOR  SAMPSON

169

DZATA  MENSAH FRANCIS

170

DEDZO PRUDENT

171

VIDREKU K. WISDOM

172

AZAGLO  DANIEL

173

ANKRAH  REUBEN

174

BOSU  JOSEPH YAO

175

ZOTOO  PATRICK

176

HORMEKU LUCAS YAO

177

ALHASSAN JAMAL DEEN

178

GBEDEMAH  ANTHONY

179

AKAKPO  PATRICK

180

AHIABLI  GODWIN KOFI

181

HAMENU  WILLIAM

182

AVUDZEGAH  ELIZABETH

183

AMUZU HELLEN

184

DOGBEY  JUDITH MAKAFUI

185

ANKU CONSTANCIA

186

HONU  SIMON

187

KUWORNU  BARNABAS

188

LEKEY  ZAMBEY EMMANUEL

189

WORNAME  SAMUEL KOFI

190

KASSAH  ATSU

191

KODOR FELIX

192

NUWORTI  PETER

193

AMEDORME YAO

194

DUNYO JOHN KWAME

195

DZILA RAPHAEL


 

7.0 INFRASTRUCTURE AT THE EARLY STAGES OF THE          HOSPITAL

 

The initial buildings consisted of the following;

1.   One main block which was made up of

a.    OPD

b.   X’Ray

c.    The Dispensary

d.   Dressing room

e.     consulting room and

f.     Administration

2.    Another building also consisted of ;

a.    The Male and Female Wards

b.   Children’s Ward, (now Fevers Unit)

3.   Maternity Ward which consisted of Antenatal, labour and lying - in Wards.

4.   The Theatre

5.   Private Surgical Ward

6.   Conservancy and Sanitary services

7.   Three rooms block used as hostel for patients’ attendants.

8.   Five underground water tanks.

 

 

 

 

 

8.0 PRESENT INFRASTRUCTURE

1.   Reproductive and Child Health building

2.   Administration Block

3.   X-ray block

4.   Children’s ward

5.   Physiotherapy Department/Children’s Rehabilitation Centre.

6.   Private ward

7.   Male/ Female wards

8.   Fever’s Unit

9.   Maternity ward

10.                   Theatre

11.                   Out Patients’ Department (OPD)

12.                   Laboratory

13.                   Patients’ Attendants Hostel

14.                   Ante-natal Hall

15.                   Guests  House  

16.                   Mortuary

17.                   Accommodation for 63 staff

 

9.0 STAFF ACCOMMODATION AT THE BEGINNING - (1960)

a.    Two Doctors’ bungalows

b.   Convent for missionary Sisters

c.    Nurses quarters comprising 5 single rooms (now lab quarters).

d.   Senior Nurses quarters comprising 3 single rooms, for trained nurses. This was a boy’s quarters for the medical officer’s cook

10.0 PRESENT STAFF ACCOMMODATION        AS AT 2010

 

1.   Administrator’s Bungalow

2.   Matron’s Bungalow

3.   3 Doctor’s Bungalows

4.   Lab. Quarters

5.   Homega Quarters                                               

6.     Theatre Quarters                                        For Nurses and the other staff

7.   Nurses’ Quarters

8.   Snr. Nurses’ Quarters

9.   Long Block

10. Canteen Quarters

11. Midwives’ Quarters

12. Asare Quarters

13. Storey-Building

14. Jerusalem Quarters

15. New Block – Dwamena’s Quarters

 

 

11.0 EARLY MEDICAL SERVICES AT THE HOSPITAL

 

1.   Out Patients Department (OPD)

2.   In-Patients services

3.   Surgical (Emergencies only)

4.   Obstetrics/Gynaecology

5.   Paediatrics.

12.0 PRESENT MEDICAL SERVICES AND DEPARTMENTS

1.   O P D services

2.   In-patients services

3.   Obstetrics/Gynaecology

4.   Paediatrics.

5.   Theatre/Surgical

6.   Ultra-sound Scanning

7.   X-ray

8.   Orthopaedic

9.   Urology

10.                   Physiotherapy

11.                   Laboratory

12.                   Pharmaceutical

13.                   Reproductive & Child Health

14.                   General Administration & Accounting Services.

15.                   Mortuary

16.                   Estate Department

17.                   Ambulance Services

 

 

13. COMPARATIVE STATISTICS – 1960 – 2010

 

 

1960

1965

1970

1975

1980

1985

Number of Beds

20

45

75

90

100

105

Employees, Ghanaians

6

20

35

50

74

100

Outpatients

3,652

10,071

11,667

12,906

13,007

18,022

Inpatients

678

1073

1306

1,988

2100

2768

Deliveries

162

189

300

361

428

539

Antenatal visits

 

 

4098

4628

4932

5663

Major Operations

 

11

122

240

269

469

Minor Operations

 

169

256

410

506

569

Hernias

 

 

16

69

108

198

Deaths

39

63

98

120

138

198

Lab

 

 

 

1966

2100

3906

X-ray

 

 

 

 

464

492

Primary health Care Activities, started in 1975

Attendance (Food Programme)

 

7627

9784

Immunizations

16424

11070

13742

 

 

 

 

 

 

1990

1995

2000

2005

2010

GRANAD TOTAL

Number of Beds

140

150

150

160

172

 

Employees, Ghanaians

106

120

139

152

195

 

Outpatients

23663

27083

29881

35009

64228

249099

Inpatients

2866

2911

3998

4203

4502

28393

Deliveries

568

623

730

759

811

5478

Antenatal visits

6942

5351

5119

5711

5259

47703

Major Operations

522

698

699

730

810

4559

Minor Operations

600

713

739

768

779

5503

Hernias

211

206

239

251

249

1549

Deaths

102

111

109

128

108

1214

Lab

48950

4901

48723

4973

6302

121823

X-ray

521

962

1290

1258

1269

5756

Primary health Care Activities, started in 1975

 

 

Attendance (Food Programme)

10481

9224

9422

9417

4641

56416

Immunizations

2908

5243

4966

5681

5106

68140

 

 

 

 

 

 

14.0 FOREIGN MISSIONS’ SUPPORT

The hospital, since its establishment in 1960, continues to be assisted by foreign missions.  These foreigners provide very special healthcare services to our clients such as Othopaedic, Urology and Plastic Surgery services.  Othopaedic and Physiotherapy services begun at the hospital in 1976 by Dr. Jan Sluimers.

 

Some of these foreign volunteers are Dr. Ratt, Dr. Paul Rompa, Netherlands; Dr. Engel Muenster, Germany; Dr. Andre van Ooij, Netherlands; Dr. Frank Ruyter, Netherlands; Dr. Anne Margot Roskott, Netherlands; Interplast Holland, a Team of Plastic Surgeons, led by Dr. Jan Sluimers from the Netherlands; and so many others.

 

The hospital also received other forms of supports from these foreign missions and funding agencies such as donation of vehicles, medical equipment and construction of infrastructure. For instance, the donation of the Fiat vehicle, Toyota Hiace  and 15-seater bus by MiVA from Holland; donation of an X’ray machine by Doctors of Africa from Germany; donation of a container full of medical supplies from Germany. The rest are various donations from Dr. Erik Herman of the Netherlands, Dr. Klaus Wortberg of Germany, Professor Schindler from Germany, Professor Jellinghaus from Germany and Professor Christian and his colleagues from Austria and many, many more.

 

Africa Action has mobilized over €53,000.00 from the German government, the Archdiocese of Cologne etc for the renovation of the OPD at the hospital in 2009.

Mr. Frans Scholtes sponsored the construction of the only Storey building of the hospital in 2007.

 

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A section of the Orthopaedic patients ready to be transported to Orthopaedic Training Centre at Nsawam for rehabilitation.

 

 

 

 

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Dr. Gerd Engel and the wife Katrina, regular Urological Team of the Hospital

 

CONTRIBUTIONS BY SOME OF THE GHANAIAN DOCTORS

The efforts of selfless Ghanaian doctors like Dr. David Gbekor Kove, Dr. Paul Dagbui, Dr. Mark Aglobitse, Dr. Joseph Korpisah, Dr. Felix Tsidi, Dr. Asare Bediako, Dr. Cashmir Ostabutey, Dr. Lawrence Yao Kumi, Dr. Koblavi Fiam, Dr. William Gyau Dwamena, Dr. Felix Sodzi Sodzi-Tettey, Dr. Mrs. Adorkor Sodzi-Tettey, Dr. Elliot Arko-Boham and Dr. Yaw Obeng-Nsiah have kept the flames burning. In fact, these doctors are more than heroes in their various ways as regards their contributions to the sustenance of this hospital.

 

 

 

 

15.0 SOME HISTORICAL MOMENTS OF THE HOSPITAL

 

The formation and inauguration of the Hospital Advisory Board in 1986.

 

Donation of a new Toyota Hiace Bus by ‘The Friends of Dzodze’ for transportation of vital medical supplies and staff in 1987.

 

A new OPD was commissioned in 1991.

 

10% of our staff were retrenched in 1994 as directed by the government.

 

The hospital was the first to win the Best Hospital Award in the Volta Region in 1996 instituted under Dr. Frank Nyonator, the then Volta Regional Director for Health Services.

 

In May 1998, the hospital hosted the first celebration of the Regional Nurses Week outside the Regional Capital, Ho.

 

Three Management Team members went on a 2-week practical training tour to St. Laurentius Hospital and St. Camillus Hospital (a Rehabilitation/Physiotherapy Facility for the aged) in Roermond, the Netherlands in 1994.

 

Part-time classes were organized for 25 members of staff to obtain General Certificate of Education ‘O’ Level by the Hospital Management in 1994-1995.  This was done to develop the academic qualifications of the staff.

A total of 96 staff have received professional training under the Sponsorship of the hospital and the diocese since 1990.

 

The hospital was adjudged the Best Managed Hospital in the National Catholic Health Service and the same time the Best Managed Hospital in the Volta Region for the year 2009.

 

There is great collaboration in urological care between the hospital and Doctors of Africa in Germany. In May 2010, Caleb Atilusey a boy of 12 years was flown to Germany through the great support of Doctors for Africa for a surgical operation which could not be done at our hospital.

 

 

The renovated OPD & the New Emergency Block  (January 2010)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Some of the Doctors and staff (1970’s)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Some Expatriate Staff (Rev. Srs.) in a pose with some local staff (Early 60’s)

 

 

 

A cross section of the current staff in a group photograph after morning devotion (June 1st, 2009)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

A cross section of staff in a procession during the visit of the Apostolic Nuncio to Ghana on 19th August, 2010.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Present Hospital Management Team Members (March 2010)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The 2009 Best Managed Hospital Award Plaque (National Catholic Health Service) being displayed by a section of the staff (December 2009)

 

 

 

Theatre staff posed for a photograph after the day’s work (March 2010)

Laboratry Staff at Work (October 2010)

 

OPD morning staff handing over to afternoon staff at the Emergency Ward (September 2010)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

    

Orderlies busy at work (July 2008)

 

 

 

 

The Medical Assistants at work (September 2010)

The Pharmacist very busy calculating fractions & measurements (August 2010)

 

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The above photograph shows donation of food items from E.P. Church, Ghana - Dzodze Branch to the Children’s Ward on Christmas Day 25th December, 2009 as a result of good relations between the hospital and other church denominations.

16.0 SOME KEY SUCCESSES CHALKED IN THE LAST DECADE         (2001 – 2010)

1.   The hospital was adjudged the Best Managed Hospital among Catholic hospitals in Ghana in 2009. In the same year, the Hospital also won the Best Managed Hospital Award among all the hospitals in the Volta Region.

 

2.   The hospital has been elevated to the status of a District Hospital by the Ghana Health Service.  Thus, the hospital has been declared as the district hospital of Ketu-North District in 2008.

 

3.   The hospital is hosting the Ketu-North District Health Directorate

 

4.   Renovation of the OPD to a world-class status. This has been sponsored by Africa Action from Germany.

 

5.   Creation of website address (www.stanthonyshospitalgh.com).

 

6.   Construction of a 4-unit storey building as residence for middle-level staff in 2007. This was sponsored by Mr. Frank Scholtes in 2007.

 

7.   Acquisition of a new Toyota Hilux Double Cabin Pick-Up for outreach programmes at the RCH Unit. This was bought solely from Internally Generated Fund (IGF).

 

8.   Donation of a 15-seater bus for orthopaedic services by MiVA from the Netherlands.

 

9.   Expansion and renovation of the Operating Theatre with assistance from friends of Dzodze in 2001. Then from IGF in 2009.

 

10.         Donation of an x-ray machine by Doctors of Africa from Germany.

 

11.         Donation of medical equipment (one full container) by our        benefactors from Germany. Doctors for Africa especially Dr.        Engel and his wife Katrina were very active in this.

 

12.         Acquisition of a new Toyota Fortuner through IGF.

 

13.         Construction of 3 units nurses quarters named Dwamena      Quarters.

 

14.         Construction of 10 units Junior Staff Quarters (On-going).

 

15.         Renovation of Adults and Fever’s Units.

 

16.         Renovation of 6 nurses/staff quarters.

 

17.         Acquisition of Electrophoresis Machine for the theatre.

 

18.         Acquisition of Clinical Chemistry Analyzer to improve     efficiency and effectiveness in diagnosing patients.

 

19.         Establishment of Sponsorship Fund which enabled us to train      about 50% of our current workforce.

 

20.         Acquisition of 2 Laundry machines.

 

21.         Significant reduction in maternal and child mortalities.

 

22.         Establishment of PMTCT Services and adolescent-friend unit.

 

23.         Construction of mortuary and subsequent provision of     mortuary   services.

 

24.         Construction of Rehabilitation Centre for post-polio patients         with assistance from the Wilde Ganzen, Netherlands.

 

25.         Increment of the hospital’s bed capacity from 137 to 172.

 

26.         The Apostolic Nuncio to Ghana visited the hospital and dedicated the         statue of our Lord Jesus Christ built at the OPD

 

27.         A permanent priest has been assigned to the hospital to     promote the spiritual welfare of both workers and patients.

 

28.         Purchase of a new Toyota Land Cruiser Ambulance from IGF in 2008.

 

29.         A blood bank donated by Mr. Karl Pook.

 

 

       17.0 PRESENT CHALLENGES OF THE HOSPITAL

1.   Inadequate Technical Staff

2.   Ageing Staff and equipment

3.   Inadequate accommodation for staff

4.   Undue delay in reimbursement of Insurance claims by the National Health Insurance Authority

5.   Unbearable cost of fuel to run our engines as a result of the intermittent power cuts.

6.   Inadequate support for our staff sponsorship and training programme.

 

 

 

        

 

 

18.0 THE WAY FORWARD

 

1.   We will continue to work towards reduction of morbidity and mortality in our catchment area and Ghana

2.   We shall continue to sponsor qualified Senior High School graduates for professional training to increase our staffing level.

3.   To finish the construction of the 10 Units Junior Quarters.

4.   To construct Jubilee House to accommodate the Administration and the Staff Conference centre.

5.   Provide the necessary assistance towards a construction of Nurses’ Training College at Dzodze.

6.   Construct Jubilee Nurses Quarters.

 

 


19.0 ACKNOWLEDGEMENT

As we lower the curtain on our 50th Anniversary, the Management and Staff of the hospital wish to thank our numerous partners, benefactors and friends in the healthcare service.

We recognize the impossibility of acknowledging all important individuals and organizations with whom we have worked all these years. 

We however, wish to mention the following individuals and organizations for their unflinching support for the hospital.

·      The President and government of Ghana.

·      The Most Rev. Bishop Anthony K. Adanuty – Bishop of Keta-Akatsi Catholic Diocese, Akatsi.

·      The Honourable Minister of Health, Ministry of Health, Accra, Ghana.

·      Bishop Francis Anani Kofi Lodonu, Bishop of Ho Diocese.

·      Vicar General, Keta-Akatsi Catholic Diocese, Akatsi

·      Department of Health – NCS – Accra

·      Christian Health Association of Ghana (CHAG) - Accra

·      Her Royal Highness, Princess Christina of the Netherlands.

·      The Royal Netherlands Embassy, Accra.

·      St. Laurentus Hospital, Roermond, The Netherlands.

·      St. Camillus Hospital, Roermond, The Netherlands.

·      Mrs. Kersterman, Netherlands Management Co-operation Programm

·      Mrs. Joana V. Raamsdonk Scheers.

·      Dr. Paul Rompa, Orthopaedic Surgeon, The Netherlands

·      Dr. Erick Hermans, General Surgeon, The Netherlands.

·      Interplast Holland, Team of Plastic Surgeons, The Netherlands.

·      Mr. Bahr Joërg – Rotary Club International, Germany.

·      Dr. Engel Muenster – Urologist, Germany.

·      Regional Director of Health Services, Volta Region, Ho.

·      District Director of Health Services, Aflao.

·      Lawyer Dan Aggey of Akatsi.

·      Orthopaedic Training Centre, Nsawam.

·      Dr. Andre van Ooij, Orthopaedic Surgeon from Netherlands

·      Dr. Frank Ruyter Othopaedic Surgeon, Netherlands

·      Dr. Prosper Moh, Orthopaedic Surgeon, St. Johns of God Hospital, Duayaw Nkwanta, Ghana.

·      Mr. Karl Pook from the Netherlands

·      Mr. & Mrs. A.J.C Van Hall, The Hague, The Netherlands.

·      The Catholic Relief Services, Ghana

·      SIMAVI, The Netherlands.

·      Anna Komen - Canada

·      MIVA, The Netherlands.

·      Dr. Anne Margot Roskott – Groningen, The Netherlands.

·      Africa Action, Germany.

·      Stichting Medic, The Netherlands.

·      Miserior, Germany.

·      CORDAID, The Netherlands.

·      Germany Rotary International, Germany

·      ORION, The Netherlands. I

·      Dr. Verschuyl, Netherlands.

·      Church Service Centre, The Netherlands.

·      The Charities Committee, Church of our Saviour, The Hague, Netherlands.

·      International Save Our Souls Society, USA.

·      The Friends of Dzodze, The Netherlands.

·      Dzodze Social and Cultural Union.

·      Mrs. Bressers Lucy and Henk, The Netherlands

 Statenplein 11, Netherlands.

·      Petra and Gitta – Your Cup of Tea Westerstraat Amsterdam, Netherlands.

·      Mr. and Mrs. V.d. Born Nico and Tineke  – Netherlands

·      Mr. A. Arnold Bik Jan en Joan – Netherlands

·      Mrs. Hilde Schrőder – Timmers     -  Belgium

·      Mrs. Else Steenbergen – Potjer       -  Netherlands.

·      Maite Vogelpoel, The Netherlands (This is our youngest benefactor)

 

 

APPENDIX I

This is to certify that we the following parties namely, Kwami Nukpoafe, Awlisu Kove, Ahiadzo Todoxor, Keme Zogli, adonu Nanewortor, Ahedor Denyo, Fianyo Denyo, Yegbe Adorvlo, Nuworsu Ahiable, Peter Bese, Dzaka Ahiagbede, Sortornyo Kortima and Kumedzro Dzila all of Dzodze do hereby give willingly our bonafide lands property to the DZODZE-DUA in the presence of the HOSPITAL PROJECT (DZODZE) WORKING COMMITTEE.  The said land should be handed over by the DZODZE-DUA to ROMAN CATHOLIC MISSION, DZODZE for the purpose of erecting Hospital thereon.  The land in question situates, lying and being at Dzodze and measured as follows:

On the North One Thousand feet (1,000’) more or less;

On the South One Thousand feet (1,000’) more or less;

On the East One Thousand feet (1,000’) more or less; and

On the West One Thousand feet (1,000’) more or less

This Agreement is made to precede a proper DEED of conveyance to be drawn up and to be executed by us.

            DATED AT DZODZE THIS 12TH DAY OF AUGUST, 1958.

Signed/Sealed and delivered by the said parties after the foregoing Agreement had been read and interpreted by Mr. A.H. Bourh in Ewe language to the parties hereunder who seemed perfectly to understand the contents thereof before making their marks or signatures in the presence of the HOSPITAL PROJECT (DZODZE) WORKING COMMITTEE.


1.     Amegbletor Dodor

2.     C.A. Dzakpasu (Secretary)

3.     N.W.S. Agbenyo

4.     Avorgbedor

5.     Amegble Gbolonyo

6.     Soku Duho

7.     Ahiakpa Dzaka

8.     Adome Yewenyo

9.     Emmanuel Azakpo

10. Agbedor Atsieku III

11. F.A. Demakpor (Ag. Chief Anagbo V)

12. Atsitso Agbagbla

13. Raphael Dordunoo

14. Ayayi

15. Fiaga Dey II

16. Fianyo Denyo

17. Ahedor Denyo

18. Nuworsu Ahiable

19. Yegbe Adorvlo

20. Yator Wudu

21. Adonu Nanewortor

22. Awlisu Kove Adze

23. Atsiavor Dzameshie

24. Sortonyo Kportima

25. Dordunoo Wushitor

26. Ahiadzo Todoxor

27. Kumedzro Dzila

28. Peter Etsey Bese

 

 


APPENDIX II

DISTRIBUTION OF HEALTH SERVICES WITHIN THE CATHOLIC DIOCESE OF KETA-AKATSI IN GHANA

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

APPENDIX III

SITE PLAN OF THE HOSPITAL:

 

APPENDIX IV:

 

2ND SITE PLAN FOR THE HOSPITAL:

 

 

 

 

 

 

APPENDIX V

LIST OF SOME FORMER STAFF OF THE HOSPITAL


S/N

NAME OF STAFF

1

ABDUL WAHABU

2

ABOUBACHAR ALI

3

ADDAI ATSU

4

ADDAI SYLVIA

5

ADEDZE MARY

6

ADEDZE YAOVI

7

ADIKAH W. GLADYS

8

ADIKAH YAO SIMON

9

ADORKU K. DAVID

10

ADZAYAO RICHARD

11

ADZIE JAMES

12

AGBANYO Y. LUCY

13

AGORTIMEVOR EDWARD

14

AGORTIMEVOR EDWARD Y.

15

AGROBASSAH PATRICK

16

AHAMA GRACE

17

AHIABLE MODESTUS

18

AHIABOR ROSE

19

AHIABU FRANCIS YAOVI

20

AHIAFOKPOR JORDAN

21

AHIAFOKPOR JUSTICE

22

AHIANOR KWASHIE

23

AHIATROGAH SAMPSON

24

AKAGBO MONICA

25

AKAKPO ROSALINA

26

AKAMAH EMMANUEL

27

AKPAKA MANAVI

28

AMABLE E.Q. ROCKSON

29

ANSRE EDWARD

30

APPIETU NANCY

31

ASAFO DOMINIC

32

ASHIETOR ADORVLO

33

ATITSOGAH MICHAEL

34

ATSIKE KUMA

35

ATTIPOE BENJAMIN

36

AVAGAH MENSAH

37

AVEKOR DONNE`

38

AYIBOR IRENE ANN

39

AZAGLO GABRIEL

40

AZAMETI KWASHIE

41

AZASOO VINCENTIA

42

BADZI ALBERT ATSU

43

BESE THOMAS

44

BUAME VINCENT

45

BUSUAMPEY THADDEUS

46

CECILIA LODONU

47

CLEMENTINE YAWA ANYORMI

48

DANYO KORBLA

49

DEGBE FRANCIS

50

DEKU VERONICA

51

DEMAKPOR KWAKU

52

DENYO NICHOLAS

53

DENYO SAMUEL

54

DENYOH RAPHAEL

55

DOGBA K. PETER

56

DOGBEY BEATRICE

57

DOMETI MALWINE

58

DORA KOVE

59

DORDONOO JOHANNES

60

DORDUNOO AUGUSTINE

61

DORDUNU GEORGE

62

DR. ADORKOR SODZI-TETTEY

63

DR. ASARE BEDIAKO

64

DR. ELLIOT ARKO-BOHAM

65

DR. FELIX SODZI SODZE-TETTEY

66

DR. FELIX TSIDI

67

DR. FIAM COBLAVI

68

DR. FRIDOLIN ANYORMI

69

DR. LAWRENCE KUMI

70

DR. PREMPONG ANKU

71

DUHO BERTHA

72

DZAKPASU LOUISA

73

DZAMESHIE KOFI

74

DZERA JAMES

75

DZREKE FRANCIS

76

EKUTOR ABLORMETSI

77

FEVLO CLEMENCE

78

FIAVE JOSEPH

79

FODI ADZOA

80

FRANCIS ANYOMI

81

FUTUKPOR WISDOM

82

GADEMOR KWABLA

83

GADEMOR KWABLA

84

GAMADI EDWIN CUJO

85

GANYO JULIUS

86

GAWU PHILIP KWABLA

87

GBEDEMAH A.A. LENA

88

GUIAMBE SEYNI

89

JAMES YAO MACKIGAN

90

JOYCE FOMENYA

91

KASSAH KOFI DENNIS

92

KASSALOWOE CHRISTOPHER

93

KING EDITH

94

KISSI REGINA

95

KLU FRANCIS

96

KONGO STANLEY

97

KUGBONU ROLAND

98

KWABLA DOLLAMAN

99

MACCARTHY PATIENCE

100

MARY AHIATAKU

101

MENSAH ELIZABETH

102

MIKADO PAUL

103

MISHIWO GEORGINA

104

NTEM RICHARD

105

NUWORKLO PETER

106

NYATOR SAMUEL

107

OTIBO AUGUSTINE

108

PAUL KASSAH

109

REV. SR FAUSTINE J. NTEM

110

REV. SR. ADZIMAH BELINDA

111

REV. SR. AYIVOR JUSTINE

112

REV. SR. GIFTY TETTEY

113

RICHARDSON DOROTHY

114

SERAPHINE DORMEKPOR

115

SODOKPO DOVI PEACE

116

VINCENTIA OKUDZETO

117

VORDZORGBE ELIZABETH

118

YEGBE SERAPHIM


 


APPENDIX VI:  GOLDEN JUBILEE PLANNING COMMITTEES

A.        CENTRAL PLANNING COMMITTEE MEMBERS

1.    Mgnr. Leonard Hope Hormeku

2.    Dr. William Gyau Dwamena    

3.    Mr. Christian Akoto-Brown      

4.    Ms. Theresa Morgan                 

5.    Mrs. Faustina Amegashie          

6.    Rev. Fr. Peter Nanga                

7.    Dr. Andrew Ayim                    

8.    Mr. E. D. Dufe                         

9.    Mr. Donatus Adarletey             

 

B.        PUBLICITY AND ADVERTISEMENT COMMITTEE MEMBERS

1.    Ms. Theresa Morgan                     

2.    Mr. Martin Hodolie                       

3.    Mr. Paul Dzah                                 

4.    Ms. Doris Nani                                

5.    Ms. Patience Segbedzi                  

 

C.        INVITATION COMMITTEE MEMBERS

 

1.    Torgbui Dey III                                

2.    Mr. Stephen Dogbatsey               

3.    Dr. Sodzi-Sodzi-Tettey                  

4.    Mr. Futukpor Wisdom                  

5.    Ms. Zeye Eizabeth                          

6.    Msgr. Peter Huletey                      

7.    Mr. Nelson Awudi                          

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

D.        BROCHURE/HISTORY COMMITTEE

 

1.    Msgr. Peter Huletey

2.    Dr. Elliot Arko-Boham                   

3.    Mr. Nelson Awudi                          

4.    Mr. Daniel Klu                                 

5.    Mr. Simon Adikah                          

6.    Mr. F.K.  Mak- Mensah                             

7.    Mr. Mac Kugbonu                         

8.    Ms. Bertha Duho                           

9.    Ms. Okudzeto Vincentia               

10.                    Ms. Elizabeth Mensah                  

11.                    Ms. Felicia Ekor                              

12.                    Ms. Lucy Agbanyo                         

13.                    Ms. Judith Agboyo                         

 

E.         FOOD/ACCOMMODATION COMMITTEE MEMBERS  

 

1.    Ms. Danu Gertrude                       

2.    Mr. Francis Akakpo           

3.    Mr. Francis Adzorgenu                 

4.    Ms. Elizabeth Bansah                    

5.    Ms Rebecca Afram                        

6.    Ms. Elizabeth Attakuma               

7.    Mr. Victor Agbogli                         

8.    Mr. Bernard Mortotsi                   

9.    Ms. Christine Tay                           

 

F          WATER, DRINKS AND PROTOCOLS,

 

1.      Mr. Donne Avekor

2.      Rev. Sr. Adukonu Margaret

3.      Ms. Elizabeth Akpi

4.      Ms. Cecilia Avorgbedor

5.      Ms. Vincentia Achisey

6.      Ms. Florence Hlovor

7.      Mr. Francis Adzogenu

 

 

 

 

 

G.        SHED AND CHAIRS COMMITTEE

 

1.    Mr. Dickson Kwabla

2.    Rev. Fr. Barawusu

3.    Mr. Anthony Gbedemah

4.    Ms. Elizabeth Zeye

 

 

H         DECORATIONS COMMITTEE

 

1.    Ms Sela Amagnor

2.    Ms. Stella Adenyo

3.    Ms. Patience Dzakpasu

4.    Ms. Florence Hlovor

5.    Ms Judith Agboyo

6.    Rev. Sr. Avornyo Justine

7.    Ms. Gloria Agortimevor

8.    Mr. Gilbirt Agbavor

 

I           DOCUMENTARY TO BE SENT ABROAD

 

1.    Mr. Akoto-Brown

2.    Dr. Dwamena William

3.    Ms. Theresa Morgan

4.    Msgr. Peter Huletey

5.    Nana Adwoa GBC Greetings from abroad 

6.    Mr. Yao Asante of GBC.

 

J          AWARDS AND GIFTS COMMITTEE

 

1.    Mr. Agbozo Julius

2.    Mr. Bismarck E. D. Dufe

3.    Mr. Adarletey Donatus

4.    Ms. Florence Hlovor

5.    Ms. Theresa Morgan

6.    Mr. Stephen Dogbatsey

7.    Rev. Sr. comfort Ashinyo

 

 

 

 

 

K         JUBILEE SONG AND JUBILEE CHOIR COMMITTEE

1.    Mr. Victor Agbogli

2.    Mr. Benjamin Agoba

3.    Ms. Linda Ludu

4.    Ms Pascaline Dogbatsey

5.    Music Master DZOSEC

6.    Music Master, SPACO

7.    Ms. Francisca Nteminaso

8.    SS Peter and Paul Choir

9.    E. P. Church Choir

10.                    ARS Church Choir

 

 

L          JUBILEE CLOTH AND SOUVENIRS

 

1.    Mr. Douglas Mensah

2.    Mr. Innocent Hottor

3.    Mr. Martin Hodolie

4.    Mr. Alex Amegbletor

5.    Ms. Esther Afari

6.    Ms. Benedicta Awumey

7.    Ms. Cynthia Gapher

8.    Mr. Titus Tabo

9.    Ms. Rose Amable

10.                    Ms. Perfect Adzorlolo

11.                    Ms. Emma Avusoglo.

 

M.       FUND RAISING COMMITTEE

 

1.    Rev. Fr. James Amuzu

2.    Dr. William Dwamena

3.    Dr. Andrew Ayim

4.    Mr. Christian Akoto-Brown

5.    Mr. Stephen Ahiawordor

6.    Mr. Mark Brown Kporvi