Madam Lydia Keteku
School Health Education Programme (SHEP) Coordinator
Madam Lydia Keteku is a School Health Education Programme (SHEP) Coordinator in Upper the West Akim district in the Eastern region of Ghana. As a SHEP Coordinator, she works with teacher volunteers to ensure health education within the in-school community in the district. As a resident of the district, she is also a beneficiary of the NTD programme. Lydia is a strong advocate for NTD drugs that are distributed during MDAs. According to Lydia, the drug has prevented the itchy eyes and skin that she used to have and the outlook of school children in her district has also improved.
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