Clement Adu Twum took part in CD4D’s predecessing project: the Temporary Return of Qualified Nationals (TRQN). Prior to his assistance, Tamale Teaching Hospital had a lot of excessive costs. Inefficient ICT infrastructure and poor access to the internet caused many difficulties. Before the process was digitalized thanks to Clement, the hospital spent over 50,000 euro on x-rays every year. The way in which records were documented also needed improvement. Files went missing or medical information was not properly documented. This slowed down the medical treatment and put patients at risk.
The below video has been extracted from a BBC documentary on Clement’s assignment: