A/R: Expectant woman in labour carried on wooden door by midwife to distant clinic

A/R: Expectant woman in labour carried on wooden door by midwife to distant clinic

- An expectant woman in labour has been captured being transported on a rough wooden door to a clinic

- The incident reportedly occurred in a cocoa-growing area in the Sekyere East District in the Ashanti Region

- Heartbreaking photos showing a midwife and other residents carrying the woman on the wooden structure have surfaced online

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An expectant mother in labour has been spotted being transported on a makeshift wooden door to a clinic in the Sekyere East District in the Ashanti Region.

YEN.com.gh gathers that communities in the Sekyere East District lack basic social amenities, including potable water and electricity.

The absence of well-resourced health facilities coupled with bad roads in the cocoa-growing district compels inhabitants to improvise in crises to save lives.

A/R: Expectant woman in labour carried on wooden board by nurse to distant clinic
A/R: Expectant woman in labour carried on wooden board by a nurse to a distant clinic. Image: crabbimedia
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In one such instance, the expectant mother in labour had to be carried on a shabby makeshift wooden door to a distant clinic to deliver.

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Heart-rending photos of a midwife who had to improvise to use the wooden structure with the help of townfolks to enable her to transport the expectant woman to a clinic have surfaced on social media.

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