World Humanitarian Day honours efforts of humanitarians all over the world and advocates for the bravery of supporting people especially in times of crises. As the world’s population increases, with limited resources, humanitarian efforts become indispensable especially in times of crises. People all over the world may need help in one form or the […]
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 financial hardship.Ghana has committed […]
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 youth are brought to […]
It is a rainy Tuesday morning, 15 year old Afi carries her 6 month old son, Kojo, as she marches to her local CHPS compound. Despite the heavy rainfall, Afi is determined. After one pregnancy at 14, she is intent on preventing any other pregnancies until she is ready. Before Kojo, Afi did not know […]
Universal Health Coverage (UHC) emphasizes what services are available and how they are funded, managed and delivered. For the health system in Ghana to shift from being rigid and disease specific to a system that provides integrated, patient-centred care, there must be data systems capturing the needs of people and communities. Health research that generates […]
Educating people and involving them in their care and treatment means supporting people to manage their own health and wellbeing on a daily basis. The Bridging Gaps, Innovate for Malaria (B4M) Project has equipped pregnant women with the tools and language to represent themselves and their views or interests, in the health care process...