9th November, 2015 -The Mayor of Accra, Dr. Oko Vanderpuje in his recent interview with the press in Italy has commended the idea of the Eco Medical Village in Accra, Ghana and how the project is going to transform the health sector in the West African Community.
This he said during an interview with the media at the Rockefeller Foundation Bellagio Center, Como, Italy whilst on an official visit to Italy.
Alfred Oko Vanderpuye has been the mayor of Accra since 2009 and is pioneering in the strategic transformation and development of the Gateway City Accra with his enormous reforms in infrastructural planning and development, drainage and road network systems. Dr. Alfred Oko Vandepuye on pose with Mr Franco Odorico(to the left) Business Developer for Eco medical village and Ruth Akutu McCarthy(to the right) the European representative for the Project
In his interview, he was amazed with the project infrastructure, technology, logistics and firmly believes that the Eco Medical Project will add value to the city, reform quality of healthcare delivery in West Africa and impact the standard of living of Africa as a whole.
The Massive project will be located in Achimota, Accra Ghana with access to over 350 ward facility, specialty health centers, presidential suites, hotels and a health mall