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

Scaling up the CSE Project

With an increased funding from United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA), ARHR is scaling up its project, ‘Empowering Adolescent Girls through Improved Access to Comprehensive Sexuality Education and Quality Gender-responsive Sexual Reproductive Health services’, to the Volta and Ashanti Regions. The project which seeks to empower adolescent girls through improved access Read more…