Special assignment: 'Next to Die' shows on Monday

Special assignment: 'Next to Die' shows on Monday
Source: Ghana | Myjoyonline.com
Date: 10-03-2017 Time: 08:03:36:am

It’s a heart-rending story about life and death and one with the most shocking statistics.

On the average, about 100 women are dying on delivery beds at the Komfo Anokye Teaching Hospital in Kumasi annually, while about four babies die each day.

Officials say the situation has reached a crisis level as women in labour are forced to join long queues.

Next to Die

And with the lack of facilities to deal with the problem, doctors have to decide whose life to save and who should be next to die.

This is the story featured in the maiden edition of Joy News; cross platform, impact driven documentary dubbed 'Special Assignment.' Here is Seth Kwame Boateng’s piece titled “Next to die”.

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