Ghana Revenue Authority female staff encourages fellow workers to stay healthy to help meet revenue collection targets.
GRA Ladies president Vivian Ne-Ormeh Nyoni has said that ignoring one’s health could hinder the group’s performance.
“We sensitize women to be health conscious. When you are healthy, you can do anything. We encourage everyone to take an interest in a healthy lifestyle so that they can contribute to the development of the country.” I am,” she said.
The Ghana Revenue Authority (GRA) is on track to reach its revenue target of GH¢80.3 billion in the 2022 collection year.
In 2021, revenue collectors were able to collect just over GH¢57.32 billion against a target of GH¢57.02 billion.
The Women’s Association of the Ghana Revenue Department is optimistic about meeting the target but cautioned its members to be mindful of healthy practices.
Miss Neorme Nyoni revealed that promoting a healthy lifestyle forms a pillar of the group’s purpose.
GRA Ladies organized breast cancer sensitization and screening exercises to help members protect Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
About 500 people are diagnosed with breast cancer each year, according to Komfo Anokye Teaching Hospital statistics.
Women make up 90% of the total.
GRA’s Ashanti Regional Director Agnes Akosua Addu Boateng wants the agency’s staff to act as agents in the fight against breast cancer.
“We help people affected by breast cancer get the information they need. ,” she emphasized.
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