UN Millenium Development Goals

The San Francisco Javier Hospital, recognized by the National Sanitary System as the public hospital of Assin district, is the reference hospital structure for 41 surgeries, scattered in this area with about 250.000 beneficiaries. Considering the importance of the hospital, a great planning analysis was imperative. A methodological and procedural process of transformation and reorganization of Assin was initiated in order to improve the existing structures and their reciprocal relations, thus guaranteeing a correct and sustainable increase of the new sanitary structure.

ASF ONLUS designed the technical urban project which includes the interventions for the planning and development of the entire hospital center. The master-plan contains measures for the enlargement of the pre-existing hospital buildings, for the reorganization of the connections between the different parts as well as for the realization of new buildings, more functional for the users.

Project Date: 2005 to 2006

City: 

FOSO

Location: 

Ghana

ASF International Member Organization: 

Architetti Senza Frontiere Italia Onlus

Partners: 

Hermanas Hospitalarias delSagrado Corazon de Jesus

Donors: 

Private funding

Activity Type: 

Architectural Project