Ghana: Universal Health Coverage Roadmap

Universal Health Care (UHC) is defined by the World Health Organization (WHO) as ensuring that all people have access to health services (including prevention, promotion, treatment, rehabilitation and palliation) of sufficient quality to be effective while also ensuring that the use of these services do not expose the user to Read more…

Transforming Education for the Youth

There are about 1.8 billion young people between the ages of 10-24 in the world, making up the largest population of youth to ever exist. Similarly, 57% of the Ghanaian population are young people under the age of 25. Without a doubt, it is imperative that issues pertaining to the Read more…

FIND THE MISSING MILLIONS

Hepatitis is one of the leading causes of death from infectious diseases globally. In a statement released by the Ghana Health Service, Ghana has a relatively high prevalence of chronic hepatitis B and C virus infections. Between 2014 and 2018, 421 people died out of a total of 117,095 hepatitis Read more…

GESI ACTIONS IN NATIONAL POLICIES TOWARDS UHC; SO FAR, SO GOOD?

Gender Inequality and Social Exclusion (GESI) is aviolation of human rights and causes diversemultiplying negative effects on individuals and thesociety at large. Women, children, aged and othervulnerable groups are subjected to varying degreesof health related practices which are dangerous totheir well-being due… http://arhr.org.gh/wp-content/uploads/2019/06/GESI-ACTIONS-IN-NATIONAL-POLICIES.pdf