Hungary Helps humanitarian visit to Ghana: Tristan Azbej inaugurated a medical station
Tristan Azbej, State Secretary for the Aid of Persecuted Christians and the Hungary Helps Program, along with the delegation of the Hungary Helps Program inaugurated a medical station on the third day of their humanitarian mission to Ghana.
The delegation of the Hungary Helps Program returned from its five-day-long mission in Ghana. During their journey, as we reported earlier, they inaugurated a refurbished school and, on the third day of the mission, a medical station.
The medical station is located in Guabuliga. Here, the State Secretary talked to the tribal chief and a woman from the tribe about the everyday life and difficulties of the local people. Forty per cent of the inhabitants have emigrated from the village, but the people who stayed want to have a life in their homeland so that they don’t have to leave, their families don’t break up, and even those who have emigrated can return.